Jul 172019
 July 17, 2019  Posted by  Surveillance

Sebastian Klovig Skelton reports:

UN member states have sidestepped calls for a moratorium on the sale and transfer of surveillance equipment between governments and the private sector, instead opting to commission a report looking at the technology’s impact on human rights.

The report will be commissioned on the basis of a resolution adopted by the UN Human Rights Council during its 41st session, which ended on 12 July 2019.

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