To stop blanket surveillance and reform the oversight of state surveillance.
Our aim is to fight against surveillance and the attack of our privacy and abuse of our data sharing.
We will be discussing the different ways surveillance has affected us as well as how it is affecting us today and what do we see in the future. Different campaigns and government initiatives are welcome for discussion in order to understand what surveillance means and what we can do about it.
Reply to @thissmileyface Surveillance Oversight failures shows that the warrants for highly intrusive surveillance is a mess. Not only Prime Minister appoints all the Ministers that sign off nearly 3000 Warrants per year (2014 figures) but also the whole process is exposed to human error and wrong people arrested (see the piece above) – we need to campaign for inclusion of Digital Human Rights activists to be included in the Oversight of Surveillance process!