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Why Theresa May is wrong to weaken encryption

Conservative plans for Internet clampdown are a distraction Open Rights Group has responded to Theresa May’s post-election hints that she will continue with Conservative plans for Internet clampdowns. Executive Director Jim Killock said: “To push on with these extreme proposals ...

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The Snooper’s Charter is back

After being repeatedly repelled during the last coalition government, the Communications Data Bill, also known as the Snooper’s Charter, is back to haunt us yet again. Since the Conservative victory in the polls earlier this year and without a deterrent ...

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How to Lobby your MP

Open Rights Group organised an event at the House of Commons to lobby MPs and discuss our concerns about the Draft Communications Data Bill with our individual MPs to raise the awareness. Cybersalon joined and learned a lot, as always. ...

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15 May: Quiz Your London MEPs on Your Digital Rights

Digital Hustings Invite On the 15th May, join Open Rights Group and Cybersalon at Shoreditch Village Hall, as we hear from MEP candidates for the London region and quiz them on their views on digital rights. When: Thursday 15th May, ...

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