The problem... and our solution!
We have all lost control over our personal data, yet we have no space where we can collectively reclaim it. We want to encourage collaborative dynamics between the general public and within civil society in all of its diversity (activists, researchers, educators, etc). These dynamics materialize around information about the personal data ecosystem, as well as cutting edge tools to respond to current practices and shape the future of the personal data economy.
We are a global nonprofit focused on data protection. We want to make data rights individually actionable and collectively useful. We want to empower an agile civil society to respond to threats associated with personal data. You can find more info about us here
Enquête participative avec le journal Le Temps
Nous avons contribué à une enquête avec les lectrices et lecteurs du journal Le Temps.
- Vous voulez en savoir plus? L'article est ici.
- Vous désirez poursuivre l'enquête? C'est ici.
- Vous désirez obtenir vos données personnelles? Le générateur de demandes est ici
Privacy in the age of COVID 19. #Coronadata.
New surveillance technologies being used to fight the coronavirus may be abused by governments and private actors.
- Selected papers about contact tracing
- A selection of mobile contact tracing apps per country
- Selected scholarly papers and newspaper articles about Bluetooth low energy used in contact tracing apps
- Op-ed published in the French newspaper Le Monde on April 25, 2020: StopCovid est un projet désastreux piloté par des apprentis sorciers by Antonio Casilli, Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Jean-Baptiste Soufron
- SwissCovid: a critical analysis of risk assessment by Swiss authorities!, published on June 18, 2020 by Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Joel Reardon
- Proximity Tracing in an Ecosystem of Surveillance Capitalism, peer-review article published on September, 2020 by Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Joel Reardon
- The pandemic, contact tracing and cargo cults , op-ed published on October, 2020 by Paul-Olivier Dehaye
- Proximity Tracing in an Ecosystem of Surveillance Capitalism blogpost published on December 2020 by Joel Reardon, Paul-Olivier Dehaye and Bobby Richter
Getting involved: general public
Getting involved: journalists