Austrian digital rights NGO epicenter.works and partner organisations from across Europe, including Homo Digitalis, are launching the campaign Pledge2019.eu, inviting representatives to pledge to reject upload filters
Which are the challenges and what can you do to protect your rights? Homo Digitalis created a short video in the context of the European Data Protection Day
January 28 has been established as the European Data Protection Day by the Council of Europe. The members of Homo Digitalis created a video explaining what do personal data mean for them.
Homo Digitalis had the pleasure of meeting the representatives of the Greek Data Protection Authority. Present at the meeting were the Chairperson of the Authority Mr K. Menoudakos, also Mr V. Zorkadis (Director of the Secretariat) and E. Athanasiadis (Communication Manager). Homo Digitalis was represented by E. Vamvaka, Mr K. Kakavoulis and Mr E. Mandrakis
18 organizations sent a letter to all the EU Member States, putting forward their vivid concerns regarding the approach suggested by the Austrian Presidency in the draft Regulation on European production and preservation orders for electronic evidence in criminal matters (“e-evidence”)
8 digital rights organizations ask for transparency regarding the new Data Protection Commissioner of Serbia
On 4 December, EDRi, Access Now, APTI, EFN, Epicenter.works, Open Rights Group, Privacy International and Homo Digitalis sent a joint letter to the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, requesting a transparent procedure regarding the appointment of the new Data Protection Commissioner of the country
On November 27, 2018 the Norwegian Consumer Council filed a complaint against Google. Based on a new study, Google is accused of using deceptive design and misleading information to manipulate its users.
Homo Digitalis submitted an open letter on November 27, addressed to all the Members of the Greek Parliament, regarding the draft law on PNR data
On 21 November 2018, ApTI, Privacy International, EDRi and 15 more digital rights organizations, including Homo Digitalis, sent a letter to the European Data Protection Board, regarding the abuse of GDPR provisions in Romania