Mass surveillance ‘dangerous habit’, says UN rights body

Too many governments are “rubber-stamping” mass surveillance programmes, the UN human rights watchdog warns.In a report, the UN body said more needed to be done to ensure that surveillance was balanced against its harm to personal privacy.It added that mass retention of data to aid surveillance was “neither necessary nor proportionate”.

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