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Privacy International launches new guide to resisting high tech police surveillance

It is possible in the near future that attendance at a protest, or a ‘trespass’, might constitute an offence. It thus follows that the police would look for coroberating evidence to back up such a charge … and obviously surveillance … Continue reading

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Why photographing the police is an essential right

Why photographing the police is an essential rightA new law in France could restrict sharing images of police. Here, photographer Alan Lodge reflects on the importance of documenting law enforcement. Last Saturday, Parisians rallied together at the Place de la … Continue reading

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Police surveillance and protests

Apr 1, 2021 | Support Us | 0 comments Police carry out intense surveillance on protest movements, collecting even seemingly innocuous personal details in order to build up a detailled picture of the groups and individuals they are targeting. Here’s our guide to interacting … Continue reading

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Police Surveillance Photographer

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Are you an Aggravated Activist?

The vague, highly subjective label “domestic extremist” has a new name, but the same purpose – justifying surveillance on campaigners. THIS IS PART 1 OF OUR ANALYSIS OF TODAY’S HMICFRS REPORT ON POLICING PROTESTS Coming hard on the heels of new … Continue reading

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