UN surveillance expert urges global moratorium on sale of spyware

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UN surveillance expert urges global moratorium on sale of spyware

Pending rules to stop governments snooping on opponents and critics.

The world should impose a moratorium on the sale and use of surveillance software until there are rules in place to stop governments using it to spy on opponents and critics, a US expert recommended. David Kaye, the US special rapporteur on freedom of expression, submitted his recommendations in ...

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