USA: UN response to surveillance must strike balance between privacy and security
This week’s revelation that the USA’s National Security Agency (NSA) has spied on 35 world leaders has only further exacerbated international outrage about its massive electronic surveillance programme. Besides demanding answers directly of the Obama administration, some of those targeted have taken the fight to the United Nations.
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