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How safe are your communications? Lecture by former GCHQ chief.

31 May 2016: The NUJ PR & Communications branch presents a lecture by Sir David Omand on intelligence gathering and the Investigatory Powers Bill.

Unions oppose media restrictions in new Spanish law

2 July 2015: Unions warn the law introduces new restrictions on the media which amount to gagging clauses and new financial penalties for taking pictures.

Journalism, whistleblowing and the security state - public event

11 November 2014: This event brings together a group of whistleblowers from the US national security state to address UK academics, activists and journalists.

NUJ remains seriously concerned about Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill

16 July 2014: The union is campaigning against the latest proposals contained in the new bill and is calling on the government to ensure the code of practice protects the obligation of professional secrecy for journalists, media workers and other professionals.

Justice and Security Act - secret courts podcast

24 January 2014: NUJ training and panel speakers podcast on the Justice and Security Act and secret courts in the UK.

State surveillance, counter-terror powers and global securitisation strategies - public meeting

21 November 2013: Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC), Statewatch, National Union of Journalists (NUJ), Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF) and the Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers have come together to organise a public meeting and panel discussion on state surveillance, counter-terror powers and global securitisation strategies.

Heavy-handed Olympics security guards stop photographers

23 April 2012: Photographers taking pictures outside the Olympic site have been forcibly stopped from filming by security staff.