Reconciling privacy and surveillance in democracies


It has become increasingly difficult for democracies to reconcile the concept of security - as an intrinsically national competency - with the realities of an interconnected world. Transnational data flows and international intelligence cooperation have created privacy and human rights challenges that cannot be solved unilaterally.

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Observer Research Foundation
06. Oktober 2020

Charlotte Dietrich, Thorsten Wetzling