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CLMC seeks KCR's resignation

The Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee (CLMC) has asked Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao to resign owning moral responsibility for the assassination of 5 undertrial prisoners at Alair. The Hindu, 5 days ago

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U.N. Committee Gets Unhindered Access to Azerbaijan's Detention Centres But Is it Enough?

Active Citizens , Armed Conflicts , Asia-Pacific , Civil Society , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Featured , Global Geopolitics , Global Governance , Headlines , Human Rights , Regional Categories Against the backdrop of serious human rights ...
 Inter Press Service2 days ago

House Lawmakers Float Bill to End NSA Mass Surveillance

Civil liberties activists hold a rally against surveillance of U.S. citizens in Washington on Jan. 17, 2014.(NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/) An influential bipartisan group of House lawmakers is set to reintroduce legislation Thursday that would rein in the ...
 National Journal3 days ago FCNL Signs On: Urging For An End to Mass Surveillance  Noodls5 days ago Revamped USA Freedom Act Still Faces Congressional Hurdles  US News & World Report2 days ago
Oneindia

What's the truth behind the Warangal encounters?

A fact-finding report has put the police in a tight spot. Visuals from the encounter scene ANI Civil liberties and human rights groups had cried foul the very day - 7 April - that the photo of Mohammed Viqaruddin started doing the rounds ...
 DNA India2 days ago Warangal encounter: Was it fake?  Oneindia2 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Civil liberties attacked

The draft cyber law- Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2015- is a perfect instance of throwing the baby out with the bathwater. The bill has very rightly been denounced as draconian and an infringement on fundamental rights and civil liberties.
 The Nation Pakistan5 days ago Electronic Crimes Bill 2015: Big brother (and his brothers) are watching you  DAWN Group13 hours ago
BBC

Spy watchdog 'taken in' by spies

The committee monitoring the security services has been taken in by the "glamour" of spying and is failing to do its job, its founder has said. Conservative MP David Davis said the Intelligence and Security Committee had been "captured by the ...
 BBC1 month ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Amnesty challenges British spying programme at European court

LONDON, April 10 (Reuters) - Amnesty International and two other civil liberties groups are suing the British government at the European Court of Human Rights over mass surveillance after their case failed in Britain in December.Wikimedia and other ...
 London South East2 weeks ago Amnesty International challenges British spying programme at European court  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Rights group presses watchdog on CSIS records about Northern Gateway pipeline

A civil liberties group says newly disclosed Canadian Security Intelligence Service records on protest surveillance bolster its formal complaint that spies went too far in eyeing environmental activists. The British Columbia Civil Liberties ...
 CBC1 month ago B.C. rights group presses watchdog on CSIS records  CTV News1 month ago
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International Poll Shows Millennials Have Positive Opinion of Edward Snowden

WASHINGTON - The American Civil Liberties Union today released the results of an international poll showing that majorities of millennials familiar with Edward Snowden around the world have an overwhelmingly positive opinion of him and believe that ...
 Common Dreams5 days ago

Should citizens be allowed to videotape police in action?

Faced with mounting criticismover civil liberties abuses, lawmakers in Sacramento greenlit a so-called clarification of Californians right to videotape and photographpolice officers on the job. Senate Bill 411, introduced by state Sen. Ricardo ...
 California Political Review1 week ago
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