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Mural on Cairo street, taken in July 2011

EU internet freedom programme endangered by Commission muddle

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European court's blow to Hungary could draw similar privacy complaints

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Companies can monitor workers’ private online chats, ECHR rules

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A woman carries a placard with the likeness of Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán as thousands of Hungarians protest against perceived corruption at the country's tax authority and lack of wider democratic freedoms, in Budapest, 9 November 2014 [Reuter

Hungary anti-terror spy law breaches privacy: European rights court

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UK unveils plan to spy on Internet use, raising privacy fears

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Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, chair of the Article 29 working party and head of French data protection authority CNIL

Europe's data authorities step into post-Safe Harbour spotlight

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The European Parliament approved MEP Marietje Schaake's report on surveillance technology

Parliament calls for stricter controls over surveillance tech exports

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German Minister of Economics Sigmar Gabriel has been pushing for reformed export controls on surveillance technologies

Germany leaves Brussels behind on surveillance tech export controls

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MEPs will vote Thursday on reforming export rules for surveillance technologies

Parliament votes on surveillance tech exports after fresh Hacking Team leaks

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Amnesty International campaigners at a Berlin protest against mass surveillance in 2014

Amnesty International: Surveillance exploding in Europe

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BND spying affair divides German coalition

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BND scandal: Bundestag committee issues ultimatum

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German prosecutors launch investigation of spying charges

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Outcry over French Intelligence Bill

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French surveillance legislation is off to a bad start

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Data protection reform: Why it matters for ethnic and religious minorities

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Personal data protection is a 'fundamental right' in Europe

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Edward Snowden sur  la Karl-Marx-Straße. Berlin, Août 2014.

NSA's surveillance a 'trade barrier' for EU companies

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German Justice Minister Heiko Maas has suggested Snowden should return to the United States, setting off sharp criticism in the Bundestag's opposition parties. 2012 [SPD Saar/Flickr]

German minister under attack over Snowden remarks

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German MEP: 'Eurosceptic AfD is playing false game'

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Merkel: Calling off EU-US trade talks ‘not very helpful’

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France says it was no victim of Prism

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