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La Quadrature du Net

Drones are back, so are we

On 20 July 2021, the government proposed a new security bill which will, among other things, authorize police drones, the same drones that our collective efforts managed to reject four times last year. The government is rushing to undermine our precious victories...

In memoriam Philippe Aigrain (1949-2021)

It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Philippe Aigrain on Sunday 10th of July, in the mountains, near his home in the French Pyrénées. Philippe was a computer scientist and a great humanist, a tireless activist, a researcher and an intellectual who...

La Quadrature joins EDRi as a member

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 and beyond, La Quadrature du Net has now joined EDRi as...

Ruling against intelligence: signs of a half win?

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 opinion won’t bind the Conseil d’État, it reveals first...

Technopolice at the borders

Technopolice at the borders

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 surveillance of demonstrations or surveillance...

Censorship on art to normalize surveillance

La Quadrature du Net is concerned about the censorship by the Studio national d’arts contemporains Le Fresnoy, in Tourcoing, of the artist Paolo Cirio, following an intervention by the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, and police unions, who asked in a tweet...