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In a blog post, Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith has called for “an international legal framework—an international convention—to create surveillance and data access rules across borders” and has said the current legal structures are out-of-date, prompting “some governments, as we’ve learned over the past year … to take unilateral actions outside the system,” CNET News reports. Smith is expected to take part in a World Economic Forum (WEF) panel discussion about the public perceptions of surveillance, data security and privacy in light of the NSA disclosures. BT Group Chief Executive Gavin Patterson, also speaking at the WEF, said customers cannot be guaranteed 100-percent privacy online and called for updates to “murky” data collection laws, The Guardian reports. Meanwhile, DW reports on Human Rights Watch's call this week for "a clear regulatory framework to keep intelligence services in check."
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