Published in: Home: OpinionDistorted reporting of the 2021 census echoes a racist conspiracy theory
OPINION: Headlines reporting a drop in white Christians in England and Wales aren’t just wrong – they’re dangerous
Published in: Freedom of Information: NewsGovernment given formal warning over personal data failures
Information Commissioner’s Office reprimanded seven organisations for causing people ‘significant distress’
Published in: Home: Feature‘Forget about Elon Musk’: How to save the world from Big Tech
In an openDemocracy live discussion, Shoshana Zuboff and Susie Alegre warned that, left unchecked, Big Tech can...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsCabinet Office fined £500,000 for publishing celebrities’ private addresses
More than 1,000 people – including Elton John and Nadiya Hussain – had home addresses shared by UK government,...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionThe UK government’s plan to reform data-protection laws are terrifying
Everything that Cambridge Analytica did would probably be legal under these new plans
Published in: ourNHS: NewsUK government could face legal action over huge, secretive health database
Exclusive: Lawyers acting for openDemocracy have written to health secretary Sajid Javid demanding transparency over...
Published in: ourNHS: AnalysisWhat the Tories want to do with our health data, and why we need to stop them
Boris Johnson looks set on using our health data as a bargaining chip to keep his Brexit/US trade dream alive – but...
Published in: ourNHS: NewsMillions opt out of England’s health data-sharing plan
NHS data-sharing scheme put on hold ‘indefinitely’ after public backlash to privacy concerns raised by openDemocracy
Published in: ourNHS: ExplainerYour top 12 questions on England’s GP data grab – answered
We address openDemocracy readers’ biggest concerns about the upcoming data grab – including what opting out means,...