It isn’t just greedy corporations using and abusing your private data
Digital arms merchants selling products to Australian police forces?
The Cambridge Analytica revelations have spawned outrage across the world, as well they should. The mass manipulation of millions of individual Facebook users, psychometric profiling to reveal potential pressure points, micro-targeted advertising and black-ops electoral interference are certainly something worthy of the headlines.
Internet Freedom Hack: Defending Truth
Digital rights experts have expressed concerns over reports that the international firm Hacking Team have been allowed to showcase their wares at an Australian Police technology conference today.
Open letter to Australian Parliamentarians in regards to charity advocacy
Digital Rights Watch is proud to support the Internet Freedom Hack, happening this year in Melbourne and Brisbane between 20-22 April.
Submission to Review of the Copyright Online Infringement Amendment
Digital Rights Watch has signed on an open letter to Australian Parliamentarians about the ability of charities and nonprofits to operate effectively.
Australian Digital Rights Organisations Call For Politicians To Clarify Their Dealings With Cambridge Analytica
The Department of Communications and the Arts is undertaking a review of the Copyright Online Infringement Amendment, and Digital Rights Watch has provided evidence to this process.
Data breach notification scheme an important step towards building trust with public’s right to privacy
In light of the revelations that Cambridge Analytica has reportedly misused the data of over 50 million people on Facebook, Australia’s leading digital and civil rights advocates call on all Australian governments and political parties to categorically answer several questions.
Submission to the Inquiry into the National Security Legislation Amendment (Espionage and Foreign Interference) Bill 2017
Privacy advocates Digital Rights Watch have welcomed the start of a national mandatory data breach notification scheme.
Submission to Inquiry into new Information Communication Technologies and Law Enforcement
Our submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee’s review of the National Security Legislation Amendment (Espionage and Foreign Interference) Bill 2017.
Digital Rights Watch pays tribute to EFF founder John Perry Barlow
Our joint submission to the Joint Committee on Law Enforcement’s Inquiry into new Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the challenges facing law enforcement agencies.
We at Digital Rights Watch wish to pay our respects to the late John Perry Barlow, and share our sympathies with his family, friends, colleagues, and fellow activists.