Skip to comments.Brazil and Germany want anti-surveillance UN resolution
Posted on 11/04/2013 1:17:18 PM PST by Olog-hai
Brazil and Germany want the UN General Assembly to adopt a draft resolution to end mass surveillance, as German public figures call for Edward Snowden to receive asylum.
The two countries say that the mass surveillance on the scale revealed by the Snowden leaks constitutes a highly intrusive act, reports the BBC.
The resolution, which calls for the right to privacy, is set for a vote at the end of the month.
It says countries must protect the right to privacy as guaranteed under international law.
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Fair enough, first though how about Germany making public all of it’s spying, er, intelligence gathering. This is so ridiculous, every country spies on other countries, the scope is simply limited by each countries ability.
Think about it. How ironic this is.
And that's not good. Better that everyone spies on each other.
China and Russia are definitely on board /sarc
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