• We Tried Mass Surveillance. It Failed.

    We Tried Mass Surveillance. It Failed.2

    Ever since the election, the government has been promising new laws on surveillance powers. Finally the draft bill has been presented, and it has a truly staggering scope. It would allow the state to hack citizens and businesses here and abroad, intercept data in bulk, and force the keeping of all UK citizens’ communications information

  • Let’s make being ‘Wrong on Rights’ unelectable

    Let’s make being ‘Wrong on Rights’ unelectable0

    When it comes to the clash between surveillance and civil liberties, it seems the fight is still very much on. It’s a war we have to win and with the General Election looming, making the case that mass surveillance and privacy should be important issues for voters is pretty vital. Happily, on that score, there