We welcome your nominations for the BigBrotherAwards. Let us know of organisations, institutions, associations or persons that you believe should be considered for a BigBrotherAward. Your connection to the website is protected via HTTPS.

What information we need

  1. The name of your nominee.
    If you are nominatging organisations or institutions, please give us exact information to avoid mistaken identitiies.
  2. A meaningful reason
    If possible, let us know where we can find further information or continue with our own research. Any Internet addresses can be entered in this form. Large collections of material should best be sent by post.
  3. Your name*
  4. Your e-mail address*

Two digital channels for your nomination:

  1. You can send an e-mail with the appropriate information to (you can find our PGP key at or
  2. fill in the form below and send it via the Send button. If you select the respective checkbox, you can subscribe to our newsletter. You will receive an e-mail that you need to respond to in order to complete subscribing.

We will of course also accept nominations via fax or post. You data will not be shared. We will use your data to confirm that we received the nomination and the jury may use it to ask questions.

* Anonymous nominations are possiible. This might complicate our research as we won’t be able to follow up with any questions.

Nomination form

Only the fields “Nominee” and “Reasons for nominating” are required.

Further Information

About BigBrotherAwards

In a compelling, entertaining and accessible format, we present these negative awards to companies, organisations, and politicians. The BigBrotherAwards highlight privacy and data protection offenders in business and politics, or as the French paper Le Monde once put it, they are the “Oscars for data leeches”.

Organised by (among others):

BigBrother Awards International (Logo)

BigBrotherAwards International

The BigBrotherAwards are an international project: Questionable practices have been decorated with these awards in 19 countries so far.