Privacy International Files ICO Complaint Over Secret Police Data Downloads

Privacy International has filed a formal complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) over police use of intrusive mobile phone extraction technology.

The rights group also issued complaints to the Home Office and the Independent Office for Police Conduct, following the findings revealed in its March reportDigital stop and search; how the UK police can secretly download everything from your mobile phone.

Source: infosecurity-magazine

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Metadata and Privacy: Limits of Freedom online

Article by Atdhe Buja
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The data collection boundary (IP, Time, User, Receiver, etc.), preserving the privacy of the citizen and observing the regulations in force are the ethical principles of the democratic system that everyone has to adhere.

Metadata is information created depending on how you use the technology. For example, include the date and time you can call / set as someone or the location from which you managed to access your e-mail.

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