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[liberationtech] Operational Impact of NSA Surveillance on Human Rights Work
yvette at witness.org
Wed Jul 17 12:40:37 PDT 2013
Ben you should also look at what Access is doing - introducing you to Jochai (hallo!) -
Jochai - anything we should look at that has crossed your inbox?
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When elephants fight, the grass suffers
On Jul 17, 2013, at 3:18 PM, Ben Doernberg <ben.doernberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> One topic that hasn't gotten enough public attention is the practical impact of surveillance programs on human rights work. This is a subject WITNESS is going to explore in a blog post next week, and I'm curious if any of you are anticipating challenges in communicating and exchanging information with each other and/or activists on the ground because of concerns about surveillance by the NSA and its partners.
> Does anyone know if there's been an effort to document the operational impact these programs have on human rights groups/activists, or if there's been a letter to policymakers on this issue?
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