Matthew Rice is the Scotland Director of the Open Rights Group, formerly Advocacy Officer at Privacy International, and a member of the Don’t Spy On Us coalition. He tweets at @mattr3.
Published in: openDemocracyUKScotland’s democracy deserves better than broken electronic voting trials
Democratic processes need to be understood by more than a handful of advanced cryptographic experts.
Published in: digitaLibertiesThe UK's Investigatory Powers Bill report card: “Must try harder”
The British public will not accept a law that treats the Internet, the greatest modern innovation for cultural,...
Surveillance: Zakharov v Russia and what it means for the Investigatory Powers Bill
A recent judgment by the European Court of Human Rights carries important lessons for any government gearing up for...
Critical masses, chilling effects, and coalitions
Intelligence sharing today is in essence a way for one agency to do the job that another can’t do because of the...
We've come a long, long way together: building coalitions around the right to privacy
Our worldwide coalition against surveillance is expanding, reaching organisations across all continents and silos.