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Mon 23 Mar 2015

Proposal on Privacy for Online PPI GA 29th March

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Andrew Reitemeyer Public Seen by 176

To preserve our rights and freedoms, and to ensure the effectiveness of
law enforcement, Pirates demand that data collection and monitoring is
only targeted at people who are suspected of committing or preparing a
crime and only with judicial approval and oversight.
Adequate protection against crime is an important responsibility of the
state. We must ensure this responsibility is fulfilled through an
intelligent, rational and evidence-based security policy.

The practice of routine, automated and untargeted data collection,
storage and matching is to be abolished.

Anyone subject to state surveillance should be informed of these facts
in due time to safeguard against abuse.

Official motion: http://wiki.pp-international.net/Online_GA_2015/Motions#MO-5_Privacy

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Andrew Reitemeyer started a proposal Mon 23 Mar 2015

Should we support PPDE Proposal on Privacy? Closed Thu 26 Mar 2015

Results
Agree - 4
Abstain - 4
Disagree - 4
Block - 4
5 people have voted (11%)
PC

Peter Cummuskey
Agree
Mon 23 Mar 2015

DU

[deactivated account]
Agree
Mon 23 Mar 2015

BV

Ben Vidulich Tue 24 Mar 2015

Pirates demand that data collection and monitoring is
only targeted at people who are suspected of committing or preparing a
crime and only with judicial approval and oversight.

Perhaps this should be clarified to "... [on an individual basis]." otherwise mass surveillance could be achieved by suspecting that everyone is about to commit a crime.

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Ben Vidulich
Agree
Tue 24 Mar 2015

HM

Hubat McJuhes
Agree
Tue 24 Mar 2015

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Andrew Reitemeyer
Abstain
Wed 25 Mar 2015

I am not happy with PPI taking stands on policy even if we agree.