The International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance was co-operatively written by privacy organizations and advocates worldwide, including but not limited to AccessArticle 19Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la JusticiaAsociación por los Derechos CivilesAssociation for Progressive CommunicationsBits of FreedomCenter for Internet & Society IndiaComisión Colombiana de Juristas,Electronic Frontier FoundationEuropean Digital RightsFundación KarismaOpen Net KoreaOpen Rights GroupPrivacy International, and the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. More than 40 privacy and security experts participated in the drafting process through the Brussels meeting organized by Privacy International in October 2012, the Brazil meeting organized by EFF in December 2012 as well as all those experts who submitted comments via the online consultation. In addition, we also want to thank IP JusticeSHARE Foundation - SHARE DefenseIFEX Network and Instituto NUPEF for help connecting concerned groups together. 

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