Global Information Society Watch 2014

Description: “The reports show, both states and businesses are complicit in communications surveillance. While there is a need for systems to monitor and protect the public from harm, the right to privacy, the transparency and accountability of states and businesses, and citizen oversight of any surveillance system are important advocacy concerns.”


Author(s): Association for Progressive Communications and Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries

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