Everywhere you walk in public these days there are cameras. In subway stations, trains, along roads, in public buildings, etc. It's not always noticeable, and maybe it even makes you feel safe.
But how long are the data of those camera’s being stored? And what are the data used for? In a network with private security, video doorbells and the addition of facial recognition, innocent citizens can be tracked anytime, anywhere.
Privacy First believes that surveillance should not become mass surveillance. We monitor, lobby and litigate from the fundamental starting point that everyone should be able to make their own choices and move freely. Offline and online. Every citizen is innocent until proven guilty.