Category: surveillance

Computer and network surveillance is the monitoring of computer activity and data stored on a hard drive, or data being transferred over computer networks such as the Internet. The checking is regularly completed secretly and may be finished by, or at the command of governments, by organizations, criminal associations, or people. It might be lawful and could possibly oblige approval from a court or other free government organization.

Brazil, Germany determination in UN to denounce Internet observation.

Brazil and Germany are beefing up consideration of ‘metadata gathering’ to a prior UN determination on advanced spying, which censures mass observation, computerized correspondence interference and individual information accumulation as infringement of human rights. “As the all inclusive gatekeeper of human rights, the United Nations must assume a key part in guarding the right to security, and in addition flexibility… Read more →