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With Liberty to Monitor All: How Large-Scale US Surveillance is Harming Journalism, Law, and American Democracy

Human Rights Watch/American Civil Liberties Union, July 2014


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Resource IDhrwaclu2014
Resource titleWith Liberty to Monitor All: How Large-Scale US Surveillance is Harming Journalism, Law, and American Democracy
Author/sourceHuman Rights Watch/American Civil Liberties Union
Date publishedJuly 2014
Summary text/ abstractWith Liberty to Monitor All, a joint report by Human Rights Watch and the ACLU, documents the insidious effects of large-scale US surveillance on the practice of journalism and law in the United States, and the threat it poses to basic freedoms and democratic values. The report is based on extensive interviews with journalists, lawyers, and senior US government officials. JThe US has an obligation to protect national security, and may engage in surveillance to the extent it is lawful, necessary, and proportionate to a legitimate state interest. But many existing surveillance programs are indiscriminate or overbroad, and threaten freedom of expression, the right to counsel, and the public's ability to hold its government to account. The US should reform these programs to ensure they are targeted and legitimate, increase transparency around national security and surveillance matters, and take steps better to protect whistleblowers and the media.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Croughtonwatch, Cyberwar, Direct Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Politics
Added to Free Range Library04/09/2014
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