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'Snowden Treaty': Global Campaign to Promote Privacy, Protect Whistleblowers
World  (tags: Snowden Treaty, privacy, surveillance, human rights, whistleblower protections )

- 1001 days ago -
Consulting with "international law and legal experts on Internet freedoms and surveillance", the treaty aims to transform privacy into a "fundamental responsibility of governments". It will protect privacy as a "fundamental human right."
China Issues Report Attacking US Human Rights Record
World  (tags: China, USA, report, civil rights abuse, surveillance, racial discrimination, spreading guns )

- 1079 days ago -
China accused United States of being haunted by spreading guns and racial discrimination. Report also criticised US for conducting surveillance on world leaders and civilians and for allowing a few interest groups to influence the govt. decision making
Russian Olympic Official Proud Of Doorknobs On Doors, Cameras In Showers
World  (tags: Sochi Winter Olympics, surveillance, ethics, human rights, freedoms, politics, society, news )

- 1596 days ago -
Responding to complaints from the assembled international media about hotel room doors without doorknobs or locks, lack of heat, and dysfunctional toilets at the Sochi Olympics, a senior Russian official inadvertently revealed the existence of...
Please Sign: Demand Ikea France Stop Spying on Employees and Consumers
World  (tags: France, Ikea France, Virginie Paulin, spying, surveillance, rights, privacy, corporate accountability )

- 1643 days ago -
During her 12 years at Ikea France, Virginie Paulin worked her way up to director of communications and merchandising. But when she got sick, Ikea turned on her. Doubting the legitimacy of her illness, Ikea hired a private detective to spy on Paulin.
Obama Administration Convinced EU to Drop Measure That Would Have Blocked NSA Spying
World  (tags: PRISM, FISA, Europe, EU, internet, spying, surveillance, US govt., EU legislation article 42 )

- 1832 days ago -
Senior officials in the Obama administration successfully lobbied the European Union's executive body to drop an "anti-FISA clause" from its privacy legislation over a year ago, the Financial Times reports.
The Worst Is Yet To Come
World  (tags: u.s., financial crisis, economy, depression, survival, crime, surveillance )

- 3592 days ago -
Article: "This is a rather catchy title and it means exactly what it says. The worst is yet to come. This is something I've been saying for a long time, but it's now in the news....The collapsing dominoes in the financial sector has only begun. We're not

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