Aug 21st 2019

New Statesman – How a new “digital strip search” policy treats rape victims as suspects

Police and the Crown Prosecution Service launched a new policy in April 2019 allowing incredibly intrusive and excessive investigations of victims’ mobile phones and personal information, akin to ‘digital strip searches’. This intrusion into victims’ personal lives is often based around myths and stereotypes that many rape allegations are false, when in reality according to […]

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Aug 16th 2019

The Guardian – Privacy campaigners warn of facial recognition epidemic

Our investigation uncovered a facial recognition epidemic across privately owned sites in the UK, some even secretly running in conjunction with police foces. This includes large urban areas like Kings Cross in London, major property developers, shopping centres, museums, conference centres and casinos – all using authoritarian and lawless live facial recognition surveillance in the […]

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