This is a list of other Privacy (and Security) related resources.
I have included to the best of my knowledge also international and local regulators for technology and digital policy.
- Privacy Tools – Great List of Privacy Tools with a comprehensive list of why to use them.
- Consumer Reports outputs a guide based on your answers to their Security Quiz.
- Have I been Pwned? – Tool that tells you when a password of yours has been compromised.
- And yes, I have been pwned. You may have been too.
- The Tor Project – Tool to safeguard against mass surveillance, especially where the Internet is state-controlled.
- United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights – Article 12
- United Nations Office of the High Commission – Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy
- CSIS – Canadian Security Intelligence Service
- CRTC – Canadian Radio-Television Commission
- PIPEDA – Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act
- uOttawa Project about Digital Policy
- Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic
- * I have recently disagreed with a lot of their platform, but historically found it a good resource.
For the United States:
- Electronic Freedom Frontier
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) – While only really relevant to California, more States are looking to create a similar act.
- Electronic Privacy Information Centre
- Democratic Media
- Privacy Rights
- China – Personal Information Protection Law
- Viet Nam – Decree on Personal Data Protection
- Indonesia – Personal Data Protection
- Thailand – Personal Data Protection Act
- Japan – Personal Information Protection Act
- Malaysia – Personal Data Protection Act
- Singapore – Personal Data Protection Act
- South Korea – Personal Information Protection Act