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(09/06/2016) Germany failing to tackle rise in hate crime Failed responses to the sharp increase in hate crimes across Germany – including attacks on shelters for ... France: New surveillance law a major blow to human rights The millions of fragments of information that we divulge online can be used to build an accurate picture of us. Credit: Amnesty International France: New surveillance law a major blow to human rights Extensive powers allowing French authorities to monitor people online and offline will come into force in a matter of days after the country’s highest constitutional authority endorsed all but three sections of a new surveillance law, Amnesty International said today. (01/07/2015) UK surveillance Tribunal reveals the government spied on Amnesty ... In a shocking revelation, the UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) today notified Amnesty International ... (09/04/2015) Amnesty International takes UK government to European Court of Human ... Amnesty International, Liberty and Privacy International have announced today they are taking the UK ... (16/01/2015) France faces ‘litmus test’ for freedom of expression as dozens arrested ... A string of at least 69 arrests in France this week on the vague charge of “defending terrorism” ... (16/01/2015) US Torture Report reinforces allegations of European complicity with CIA ... On Tuesday 20 January 00.01 GMT, Amnesty International will launch a new briefing paper, Breaking the ... (24/07/2014) Landmark rulings expose Poland’s role in CIA secret detention and torture Poland is the first European Union (EU) member state to be found complicit in the USA’s rendition, secret ... (21/07/2014) UK government accused of 'scraping legal barrel' in Belhaj rendition case Ahead of a legal intervention by Amnesty International and others in the rendition case of the Libyan ...