Before privacy disappears

August 8, 2013 - by Vivian Newman.

This blog entry reflects on the importance of digital privacy with the story of a young law student that was arrested on charges of Mossad espionage in the Arab Spring while his only connection to this organization was a chat written years ago in which he boasted on his intentions to go to the Mossad to learn Arab. As a conclusion, the entry asks for limits to surveillance and mentions the international principles “necessary and proportionate”.

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