[discuss] Time to talk solutions on Mass Surveillance
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Fri Jul 4 18:12:23 UTC 2014
Thanks for the share Nick. It's a good read that re-echo why surveillance
as we know it now, may not necessarily be such a productive security tool
It was good you concluded emphasizing the need to integrate the broader
stakeholder in the process of charting a way forward; considering that the
3 items highlighted are all relatively govt lead.
sent from Google nexus 4
kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 4 Jul 2014 11:30, "Nick Ashton-Hart" <nashton at internet-ecosystem.org>
> Dear all,
> As we are all very aware, the spreading impact of the Snowden disclosures
> are impacting Internet policy on many fronts including trade and various
> ITU, HRC, and other processes.
> It seems to me that we need to construct international discussions that
> create the potential for change from a search for the day’s ‘biggest
> sinner’ to outcomes that give all interests the potential to gain something
> they need.
> I have today published some ideas that would give the human rights, law
> enforcement, and trade communities all a role. I hope you will find them
> useful. The proposal is online here on CircleID: It's Time to Talk
> Solutions on Mass Surveillance
> Nick Ashton-Hart
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