The US NSA and the UK GCHQ want to listen in on all: Time for the Human Rights Council to discuss their activities: Amnesty International written statement to the 24th session of the UN Human Rights Council (9 to 27 September 2013)
Recent revelations about the nature and extent of surveillance activities by the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries raise serious concerns regarding those states’ respect for the right to privacy and other human rights, notably the rights to freedom of expression and association. In this statement, Amnesty International urges the Human Rights Council to consider carefully the negative impacts of these activities on human rights of persons affected.
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