The project Full Oversight addresses the problem of broad powers of services responsible for security in Poland, which are not under any real control. Due to this, an unlimited number of people may be subject to surveillance without legitimate grounds and oversight. The low level of awareness and negligible interest on the part of the public means that there is no public pressure on policymakers, who could and should make institutional changes.
The project entails a social campaign and advocacy activities centered around the motto: No one will tell you when you are being watched. The campaign will be conducted online, on the radio, on television, and in cinemas, and also via Fundacja Panoptykon channels. Advocacy activities will be conducted at the same time, and will consist of analysis of legal documents, work with whistleblowers and investigative journalists, the drawing up of legal opinions, and meetings to consult with policymakers.
As a result of the project, public support for introduction of oversight over the activities of services will increase, and the issue of lack of oversight over services will be more present in public debate.