We’re a fiercely independent, diverse, non-partisan and non-profit group of campaigners and researchers who work to roll back the surveillance state and protect rights.
We provide expert evidence and analysis on surveillance, tech and civil liberties to MPs, parliamentary committees, regulators and more.
We produce reports on major civil liberties issues in the UK to disseminate our investigations and analysis to parliament and the public.
Here, you can find our reports, briefings, consultation responses and policy work:
Social Media Service Providers (Civil Liability and Oversight) Bill 2018 — Briefing for Second ReadingThe Internet: to regulate or not to regulate? — Written evidence to the Communications Committee’s Inquiry
Facial Recognition: how policing in Scotland makes use of this technology inquiry — Big Brother Watch and Open Rights Group joint submission to the Scottish Parliament Justice Sub-Committee on Policing