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UN panel - surveillance of communications and the threat to journalists

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders will attend a panel discussion about the surveillance of communications that will be held tomorrow in Geneva as part of the United Nations. Human Rights Council's 27th session. It will be followed by the presentation of a report by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on “The right to privacy in the digital age.” Reporters Without Borders, which has prepared an oral statement for the Human Rights Council on the safety of journalists and surveillance (see the (...)

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