NO2ID identified the dangers of “the database state” back in 2004. It is still the only organisation specifically dedicated to tackling it. Some people think it is all over. But privacy needs defending more than ever. We will continue to oppose dangerous new schemes, but also press for positive changes:
- protections in law for privacy that are available to everyone
- the right to control your own personal information
- entitlement to compensation if your privacy is abused
We have done much in the last six years. We can do more. But we need your help. If you think privacy is worth fighting for, then please support us.