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    Big Brother Is Watching You

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    Big Brother Is Watching You
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    In the light of US former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden’s allegations about the scale and depth of the surveillance carried out by the US on its own citizens and people around the world, the subject of telecom surveillance has been in the international spotlight lately.

    In the light of US former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden’s allegations about the scale and depth of the surveillance carried out by the US on its own citizens and people around the world, the subject of telecom surveillance has been in the international spotlight lately. Who is watching who in Russia, and what can and can’t those agencies do? On what basis can a warrant for a wiretap be issued? Find out all this and more in the infographic above.

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