hiljade.kamera.rs: community strikes back against mass surveillance
Serbian citizens have launched the website hiljade.kamera.rs as a response to the deployment of state-of-the-art facial recognition surveillance technology in the streets of Belgrade. Information regarding these new cameras has been shrouded in secrecy, as the public was kept in the dark on all the […]
Unlawful video surveillance with face recognition in Belgrade
The Impact assessment of video surveillance on human rights, conducted by the Ministry of Interior of Serbia, did not meet the legal requirements. Also, the installation of the system lacks basic transparency. Hence, the process should be suspended immediately and the authorities should engage in […]
Huawei knows everything about cameras in Belgrade – and they are glad to share!
EDIT (30th March, 2019, 9:29h): Not long after this text had been published, case study about cameras for video surveillance in Belgrade was removed from the official website of Huawei. You can read the archived version of the case study at the following link: https://archive.li/pZ9HO. […]
Return the constitutional provision to the Law on Personal Data Protection
Legal restriction enabling the police, information agencies or private companies to enter the privacy of citizens only when it is prescribed by law has been deleted from the Bill of the Law on Personal Data Protection. The Bill was adopted by the Government of Serbia […]