A new INCLO report of FRT stories from around the world flags the risk of creating societies where people are watched and identified when they attend a protest, take part in religious events, visit a doctor or just go about their daily lives.
The indiscriminate use of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) globally by law enforcement and other government agencies is dangerously normalising surveillance.
INCLO condemns police violence in Colombia and calls for meaningful police reform.
All fifteen (15) member organizations of the International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO) join the Hungarian community of civil society organizations to welcome the decision of the European Court of Justice (CJEU), which ruled last week that Hungary’s anti-NGO law violated European Union law.
Fourteen members of the International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO) express deep concern over the escalation in police responses to protests in the USA over the past week.
Why don’t intelligence oversight bodies cooperate as well as intelligence agencies? And is there reason to believe that this could be changing?
INCLO is a network of independent, national human rights organizations working to promote fundamental rights and freedoms.
INCLO members work jointly on four programmatic areas of work: Protest Rights and Policing, Surveillance and Human Rights, Religious Freedom and Equal Treatment, and Protecting Civic Space.
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