ORG interviews Phantom Parrot director Kate Stonehill

06/03/2024 | Open Rights Group

A new film screening from 15 March called Phantom Parrot tells the story of a human rights activist who faces prosecution under terror laws for refusing to hand over passwords to his electronic devices during a border stop. The film raises serious concerns about secret British government surveillance programmes, modern espionage, and digital privacy. The Open Rights Group has interviewed the film's director, Kate Stonehill.

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