Loss of User Privacy Undermines Internet as a ‘Commons’: SnowdenBy
Former U.S. intelligence contractor addresses Berlin seminar
Citizens ‘losing seat’ at table of govenment, Snowden said
Collection of citizens’ data online by governments in the U.S. and elsewhere to counter terrorist threats is undermining the internet as a "commons for communications and trade," former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said at a technology conference in Berlin.
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