Following a joint request filed in February 2022 by the organizations Homo Digitalis, Privacy International, Hellenic League for Human Rights, and HIAS Greece together with researcher Phoebus Simeonidis, the Hellenic DPA is investigating the Greek Coast Guard
Anastasios Arampatzis and Eleftherios Chelioudakis write about the recently adopted EU laws, DORA and NIS2, highlighting some of their key provisions.
An educative article aiming to raise awareness, which was prepared as part of the project “Increasing Civic Engagement in the Digital Agenda — ICEDA” with the support of the European Union and South East Europe (SEE) Digital Rights Network.
Today, following a complaint filed by Homo Digitalis in May 2021, the Hellenic DPA issued Decision No 35/2022 imposing a fine of €20 million on Clearview AI
A major success for civil society in Greece: The Hellenic DPA launches an investigation into the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum re the YPERION and KENTAYROS IT systems
Following our request the Hellenic DPA launched an investigation into the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum regarding the supply and installation of the YPERION and KENTYROS systems in reception and accommodation facilities for asylum seekers.
Ahead of the #DigitalServicesAct negotiations, EDRi and 71 civil society organisations call on 20 ministries and state secretaries to ban pervasive online tracking practices and preserve privacy.
40+ civil rights organisations led by EDRi and Fair Trials, including Homo Digitalis, urge the EU to BAN AI predictive & profiling systems in law enforcement & criminal justice in the #AIAct.
The Hellenic DPA is requested to take action again the deployment of ICT systems IPERION & KENTAUROS in facilities hosting asylum seekers in Greece
Homo Digitalis together with The Hellenic League for Human Rights, HIAS Greece and Dr. Niovi Vavoula, Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London submitted before the President of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (HDPA) on 18.2.2022, a request for the exercise of its investigative powers regarding the deployment of the ICT systems IPERION and KENTAUROS in facilities hosting asylum seekers in Greece
The Hellenic Coast Guard wants to acquire social media monitoring software: The Hellenic DPA is urged to exercise its investigative and supervisory powers
Homo Digitalis together with The Hellenic League for Human Rights, HIAS Greece, Privacy International and the researcher Phoebus Simeonidis submitted before the President of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (HDPA) on 14.2.2022, a request for the exercise of its investigative powers regarding a procurement tender published by the Hellenic Coast Guard for the acquisition of a Social Media Data Collection Software