Communications surveillance

2014 - La surveillance des communications dans la société numérique

La surveillance, la sécurité et la vie privée en ligne sont au cœur des préoccupations des militants des droits humains depuis des années – mais avec les récentes révélations sur la surveillance des citoyens par le gouvernement des États-Unis, dévoilées par l’ancien employé de l’Agence de Sécurité Nationale (NSA) Edward Snowden, ces enjeux ont attiré l’attention mondiale.

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2014 - Vigilancia de las comunicaciones en la era digital

La vigilancia online, la seguridad y la privacidad han sido preocupaciones clave por muchos años para los activistas de derechos humanos. Pero debido a las revelaciones del ex empleado de la  National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden, que demostraba cómo el gobierno de los Estados Unidos espiaba a los ciudadanos, el tema tomó envergadura mundial.

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MEDIA RELEASE / BOOK LAUNCH AUSTRALIA: GISWatch 2014 - Communications surveillance in the digital age

Andrew Garton and the Association for Progressive Communications in collaboration with Memefest/Swinburne are launching the latest version of the Global Information Society Watch publication, GISWatch 2014, which reviews the effects of national, global mass surveillance of citizens around the world.

When: 6pm, 18 November 2014

Where: Haddons Cafe Bar, Swinburne University, AR Building, 642 Glenferrie Pl, Hawthorn

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Global Information Society Watch 2014 book launch at Internet Governance Forum

A ground breaking report on mass surveillance will be released at the Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul, Turkey on 4 September 2014. The latest edition of the Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) reveals the complicity of both states and corporations in communications surveillance, with reviews on the state of surveillance in 57 countries and reports on key human rights, legal and technological issues at stake.

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Internet rights that went wrong in Turkey

This report presents an up-to-date assessment of internet rights in Turkey, and has been prepared to coincide with the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2014 which is being hosted by Turkey in Istanbul from 2–5 September 2014. The IGF is a space that strives for a democratic and inclusive internet and this report assesses the Turkish government’s respect for international human rights standards in relation to freedom of expression online.

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