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An International Legal Framework for Surveillance

@inproceedings{Deeks2014AnIL,
  title={An International Legal Framework for Surveillance},
  author={Ashley S. Deeks},
  year={2014}
}
Edward Snowden’s leaks laid bare the scope and breadth of the electronic surveillance that the U.S. National Security Agency and its foreign counterparts conduct. Suddenly, foreign surveillance is understood as personal and pervasive, capturing the communications not only of foreign leaders but also of private citizens. Yet to the chagrin of many state leaders, academics, and foreign citizens, international law has had little to say about foreign surveillance. Until recently, no court, treaty… 
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