REPORT on ‘Human rights and technology: the impact of intrusion and surveillance systems on human rights in third countries’ (2014/2232(INI)) Committee on Foreign Affairs Rapporteur: Marietje Schaake

On September 8th, the European Parliament will vote in the plenary meeting on Marietje Schaake’s Report on ‘Human rights and technology: the impact of intrusion and surveillance systems on human rights in third countries’.

In February, Marietje Schaake (ALDE/D66) called for inputfor her draft report. By sharing the draft, Schaake invited anyone from hackers to journalists, activists and lawyers, to share their comments. The draft report also built on thepublic hearing which took place on 21 January.

Read the report: http://www.marietjeschaake.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/REPORT-on-Human-rights-and-technology-the-impact-of-intrusion-and-surveillance-systems-on-human-rights-in-third-countries-20142232INI.pdf 

See also:

03-09-2015 Interview – Marietje Schaake: EU technology should not be used to violate human rights

26-05-2015 MEP: EU needs smart policies to strengthen human rights while technologies proliferate

23-04-2015 Video: GCCS 2015 – Updating of export controls of dual use surveillance technologies

25-03-2015 Media (Motherboard/Vice) – Ethiopia Might Have Bought A Ton Of Surveillance Tech

26-01-2015 Human rights and surveillance: Can the EU ensure the democratic usage of its technologies?

21-01-2015 Video: Hearing on human rights and technologies

 

26-11-2014 Export controls on dangerous technologies need smart implementation

24-11-2014 Plenary speech: Export controls of dual-use items

21-11-2014 MEP: more must be done for effective export controls dangerous technologies

29-10-2014 Written Questions on the export of Netclean technology to Turkey

29-10-2014 Written Questions on the export of Finspy technology to Bahrain

Camilla Wood

UK based Legal Aid Lawyer

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