The Dangers of Surveillance in the Age of Populism


Surveillance laws should always be written as if the government we most fear is in power. It is one of the most insidious controls authorities can wield and, if unchecked, can corrode democratic institutions and give governments a sinister degree of power over their citizens. Yet the exact opposite has happened in Europe since Edward Snowden…


The Dangers of Surveillance in the Age of Populism

The Dangers of Surveillance in the Age of Populism

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