Showing items tagged with 'surveillance'
6 December 2014: Union welcomes parliamentary committee calls for complete overhaul of legislation governing communications data.
2 December 2014: The NUJ is supporting an initiative to promote communication rights and media reform in the run up to the general election.
26 November 2014: The London mayor has backed the NUJ's call for the requirement for judicial oversight before journalists' records and data can be obtained by the police and other authorities.
20 November 2014: Six NUJ members have discovered that their lawful journalistic and union activities are being monitored and recorded by the Metropolitan Police.
12 November 2014: The 2014 Logan Symposium brings together key figures in the fight against invasive surveillance and secrecy.
11 November 2014: This event brings together a group of whistleblowers from the US national security state to address UK academics, activists and journalists.
20 October 2014: The NUJ launches a new campaign to challenge mass surveillance of the media and to protect journalists and their sources.
15 October 2014: Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian's defence and intelligence correspondent, applauds the NUJ for its campaign against snooping on journalists.
14 October 2014: Dominic Ponsford, Editor of Press Gazette, explains the importance of the Save our Sources campaign against mass surveillance of the media.
14 October 2014: An international conference has been organised to discuss concerns about mass surveillance of the media and to explore practical steps for safeguarding journalists and their sources.