Apple, AOL, Facebook, Google, Linked In, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have started a new website and have a five-part proposal. The first big three are (1) surveillance that is targeted, not bulk, and for a legal purpose; (2) oversight and accountability for surveillance organizations, and (3) transparency about what’s being requested. They’re also asking for world governments to create a treaty to standardize surveillance laws. Sounds reasonable to me. Here’s the website.
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