Belarus: “It’s enough for people to feel it exists” : Civil society, secrecy and surveillance in Belarus
Activists in Belarus are subject to unchecked government surveillance with no independent oversight. The government uses telecoms companies to facilitate surveillance by demanding direct, remote-control access to customer communications and data. Against the background of an already restrictive legal environment, this creates a chilling effect that forces activists out of public life.
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