Podium: Say Hello the Surveillance State: What NSA Surveillance Means to Non-US Persons
Recent revelations about the NSA's surveillance programs brought to light by documents leaked by former Booz Allen contractor Edward Snowden have confirmed what many civil liberties groups have long suspected: surveillance is omnipresent, includes US and foreign nationals, and involves the cooperation of large American service providers and Internet companies. NSA spying on Americans is illegal, but what are your rights if you are a non-US person? What makes NSA spying different from the kind of surveillance done by other nation-states? And what can you do about it?
Start time: 09:45
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