Showing items tagged with 'surveillance'
2 October 2014: The NUJ is calling on the Interception of Communications Commissioner to launch an urgent review of RIPA powers and their use to access journalistic material and sources.
30 September 2014: Broadcasting bans and a return to the Snoopers' Charter, set out by the Home Secretary, are anti-democratic and anti-press.
29 September 2014: NEC member Fiona O’Cleirigh reports on the successful free training event about information security and protecting communications from surveillance.
29 September 2014: The IFJ and NUJ are holding an international conference, hosted by Guardian News & Media, to discuss key concerns for press freedom and to explore practical steps for safeguarding journalists and their sources.
2 September 2014: NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet responds to report revealing The Sun's political editor Tom Newton Dunn's mobile phone records and call data to the newsdesk were seized by police.
29 August 2014: This is free training for NUJ members on privacy and information security
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.
9 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, reports on an event on surveillance marking the anniversary of the Guardian's publication of Edward Snowden's leaks.
12 April 2014: Conference passed a motion calling for a commission to be set up to look at legislation to protect individuals and organisations against unnecessary state surveillance.
10 January 2014: Guest speaker Guardian journalist Rob Evans joins NUJ Brighton & Sussex Branch to talk about his work investigating the undercover policing of activist groups.