Data and digital rights

The EU was the source of a large proportion of the digital rights enjoyed by UK citizens and residents, and many of those protections can now be traded, altered and abolished. Rules on intermediary liability, privacy law and encryption are all up for grabs, and we could be subject to far more online surveillance.

Data rights: the authoritarian and deregulatory drift continues

What US-EU deals on steel and technology tell us about Brexit and the changing security structures of monopoly capitalism

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30th June: the deadline that didn’t work