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"Take back the streets" Repression and criminalization of protest around the world October 2013 | ACLU


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* #Streets #belong to The #Citizens

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* #Streets #belong to The #Citizens

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#NSA #Spying and #Anti-Piracy Laws #Boost #Demand The #VPNs 'They'd Like to #Ban...

#NSA #Spying and #Anti-Piracy Laws #Boost #Demand The #VPNs 'They'd Like to #Ban... | #Communication | Scoop.it
NSA Spying and Anti-Piracy Laws Boost Demand for VPNs | TorrentFreak. A survey has revealed that NSA spying revelations and anti-piracy laws are the most-cited reasons among new VPN users when they...

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#still #You have a #choice...

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Surveillance and Human Rights Principles are launched at 24th Session of the Human Rights Council

Surveillance and Human Rights Principles are launched at 24th Session of the Human Rights Council | #Communication | Scoop.it

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Gonzalo San Gil's insight:7:51pm | 22 September 2013 | by Fabiola Carrion, English, Fabiola Carrion

Over the course of last week, representatives from Access, Privacy International, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Association for Progressive Communications, Reporters Without Borders, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and Human Rights Watch presented the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance on various occasions and at a side event at the 24th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.

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7:51pm | 22 September 2013 | by Fabiola Carrion, English, Fabiola Carrion

Over the course of last week, representatives from Access, Privacy International, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Association for Progressive Communications, Reporters Without Borders, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and Human Rights Watch presented the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance on various occasions and at a side event at the 24th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland.