In the week that NSA surveillance revealed by Ed Snowden was ruled illegal, we scrutinized the revelations that triggered an ongoing debate over national security and information privacy.
Dr Ying Yu, Research Fellow, Oxford, and Programme Coordinator of the FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme
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On 15-16 May, the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society partnered with the Association for Analytic Learning...
The revelations of whistle-blower Edward Snowden about the extent and nature of surveillance undertaken by the...
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