Future and security.

Our rulers and their army of industrialists have been fixated on theses words. They claim to guide us, like prophets, towards this future that seems impossible to escape from. It’s for our common…

La Quadrature du Net is a signatory of an international open letter, signed by more than 170 worldwide associations and written by EDRi, Access Now, Amnesty International, Human Right Watch, Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF), et…

After many years of participating in the EDRi network as an observer, working with the collective of European member organisations and the EDRi team in Brussels to protect rights and freedoms in the digital space…

This artice was originally published by Félix Tréguer on about:intel
The French government seems not to be interested in tackling systemic police violence. Instead, one of the most defining features of Macron’s first term as France’s…

Hearing before the Conseil d’État is in two days, on April 16th, and the Advocate General just revealed the direction of the opinion he will release in our huge case against mass telecom surveillance.
If this…

How the security-and-surveillance business in the heart of the EU, besides violating fundamental rights, uses exiles as a research lab, funded by European public funds.
We have talked a lot here in recent months about the…

On 4th January 2020, the Conseil d’Etat (the French highest administrative authority) rejected the appeals urgently lodged by several associations (to which we had contributed) against the three decrees PASP, GIPASP and EASP (more explanations…

This Monday, the LIBE Committee voted for the anti-terrorist Regulation. This new regulation will force every actor of the Web’s ecosystem to block in under an hour any content reported as “terrorist” by the police,…

Following the global security law and the separatism law, the government continues its generalized offensive aiming at silencing all political opposition. Last Wednesday, the three “public security” files (PASP, GIPASP and EASP) were largely extended…

On Monday 11 January, the LIBE Committee (Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs) from the European Parliament will vote on the “anti-terrorism” Regulation.
This text (available here – stil not consolidated) aims at submitting…