IP-Watch Follows The Mass Surveillance Debates 14/06/2013 by Intellectual Property Watch 1 Comment Print This Post Recent news about the United States National Security Agency (NSA)’s secret programmes to collect the records of domestic telephone calls in the US and international internet activity has dominated headlines. The revelation has spurred countless conversations about the ability of government agencies and companies to monitor private communications of individuals. Intellectual Property Watch is gathering news from around the world about the NSA fallout, data mining, leaks, privacy, national security, and more. Click here to read the latest stories we’ve compiled and to stay up-to-date as important discussions on mass surveillance continue. Related Articles: Civil Society Groups Launch Human Rights Principles Related To Mass Surveillance Mass Surveillance No Surprise To Many In Technology And Politics UN Human Rights Report Finds Significant Harm, Possible Illegality, In Mass Surveillance "IP-Watch Follows The Mass Surveillance Debates" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.