Experts attending a seminar via video link under the 47th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council called for global efforts to curb the large-scale cyber surveillance conducted by the U.S. on other countries. Nine experts among other participants discussed the situation in three aspects related with the U.S. cyber surveillance: the U.S. legislation and practice on cyber surveillance, the evaluation of the U.S. behavior based on international law and the efforts against such hegemony.
Reestablishing Trust, Boundaries and Norms: Suggestions for Multilateral Action in Response to the Unregulated Actions of the United States in Cyberspace
Publicity of a Data as Means of Establishing Awareness of - Cyberspace - Some Critical Remarks on the EU — Data Protection Policies
Responsible State Behavior in Cyberspace: Bottomline and Trust
The Interpretation and Application of the Principle of Non-intervention in Cyberspace —— Take US Cyber-Surveillance as an Example
Section 702 of the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act — and International Law
Data Compliance Pressure and the Chilling Effect of Enterprises and Governments under the Background of Data Hegemony