U.N. calls for ‘anti-terror’ Internet surveillance

United Nations report calls for Internet surveillance, saying lack of “internationally agreed framework for retention of data” is a problem, as are open Wi-Fi networks in airports, cafes, and libraries.The United Nations is calling for more surveillance of Internet users, saying it would help to investigate and prosecute terrorists.A 148-page report released today titled “The Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes” warns that terrorists are using social networks and other sharing sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Dropbox, to spread “propaganda.”To continue reading this CNET report, go to:
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