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Data Protection Advocacy Frameworks for Repressive or Closed Environments

Kuda Hove and Otto Saki

Kuda Hove and Otto Saki

This report is the first of three reports funded through the ADAPT project that explore how data is used and abused by governments and non-state actors alike, and how users can better advocate for their privacy.

The report, based on research conducted by Kuda Hove and Otto Saki over the past four months, analyzes the challenges, but also opportunities, for advocates working on data protection issues in closed and/or heavily surveilled contexts. Their report is one of the first of its kind that allows partners in these kinds of challenging contexts to think through what is possible and design solutions that are actionable, safe, and responsive.


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Kuda Hove and Otto Saki

Kuda Hove and Otto Saki