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Your vote against mass surveillance

December 15, 2013 - by SHARE Conference.

SHARE invites citizens of the Internet to give their voice against the mass surveillance and to sign The 13 Necessary and Proportionate Principles.

Tunisia ­ Authorities urged to rescind decree creating communications surveillance agency

December 2, 2013 - by Reporters Without Borders Reporters.

Without Borders calls on the government to rescind Decree No. 2013­4506 providing for 'the creation of the Technical Agency for Telecommunications (ATT) and determining its administrative and financial organization and methods of functioning.' 'This decree violates the principles that should govern Internet surveillance mechanisms, above all control by an independent judicial authority and the principles of need, relevance and proportionality of surveillance measures, as well as transparency and monitoring by the public.

Megaphone for social movements: campaigning in the surveillance state

November 29, 2013 - by The Guardian (Geraud de Ville).

The internet has given activists the means to communicate, mobilise supporters and take action – but while they are watching the government, the state's watching them.

Global action to oppose mass surveillance launched

November 27, 2013 - by infoZine.

An international coalition of human rights and privacy organizations launched an action center to oppose mass surveillance on the global stage. The new petition site went live just as the United Nations voted on a resolution to recognize the need for the international community to come to terms with new digital surveillance techniques.

Human Rights and Privacy Groups Launch Global Action to Oppose Mass Surveillance

November 26, 2013 -by EFF.

Petition Urges Support for 13 International “Necessary and Proportionate” Principles. An international coalition of human rights and privacy organizations today launched an action center to oppose mass surveillance on the global stage: necessaryandproportionate.org/take­action. The new petition site went live just as the United Nations voted on a resolution to recognize the need for the international community to come to terms with new digital surveillance techniques.

32 organizacije zahtevaju od Srbije da podrži Rezoluciju UN o pravu na privatnost na Internetu

November 21, 2013 - by SHARE Defense ­ SHARE.

Conference Našu inicijativu su podržale mnoge organizacije civilnog društva iz cele Srbije, kao i novinarska i medijska udruženja (NUNS, UNS, NDNV, ANEM). Uskoro će biti postavljena platforma na kojoj će i pojedinci moći da daju svoju podršku zahtevu da se prekine sa masovnim nadgledanjem komunikacija i poštovanju digitalnih prava.

NSA: our analogue spying laws must catch up with the digital era

November 10, 2013 - by The Guardian (Kenneth Roth).

News that US intelligence services tapped the phones of allied leaders has generated understandable outrage in Europe. But far more significant is the American government's practice of monitoring the communications of millions of ordinary people, who have no legal redress in the United States because they are foreigners.

En busca de las armas de vigilancia masiva

November 9, 2013 - by La Nación (Ariel Torres).

Nota dedicándole al escándalo de la vigilancia digital de la Agencia Nacional de Seguridad (NSA, por sus siglas en inglés) de Estados Unidos.

Taking Stock: Emerging Issues ­ Internet Surveillance

October 25, 2013 - by 2013 Internet Governance Forum

Dispatch from Geneva: Notes on a post-­Snowden UN

October 2, 2013 - by Carly Nyst.

Compared to previous visits to Geneva, the topic of surveillance was especiialy alive at the recent launch of the 13 Principles.

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