Debating state and corporate surveillance the Cambridge University privacy symposium

"Tesco probably knows more about me than GCHQ"

MiDe   6 June 2018 - 19:07   categories: UK, State surveillance, Corporate surveillance   tags: Investigatory Powers Act, GCHQ, RIPA, Facebook

A symposium at Cambridge University to mark the 20th anniversary of the Foundation for Information Policy Research (FIPR) focused on modern technology threats to privacy. These include the many forms of state-backed surveillance such as bulk data interception and equipment interference and also impact on privacy of corporate surveillance by the large internet giants.

The Register: 'Tesco probably knows more about me than GCHQ': Infosec boffins on surveillance capitalism