Two Years After Snowden: protecting human rights in an age of mass surveillance
This briefing presents an overview of the information that has come to light in the past two years about mass surveillance programmes run by the UK, US and other governments, as well as the key legal, policy and technological developments relating to mass surveillance and the right to privacy during this period. Amnesty International and Privacy International also present a 7-point plan of action to guarantee the protection of human rights in the digital age. Please note: French and Spanish versions include executive summary and conclusion only.
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