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Digital surveillance programs in other countries trigger controversy

IDG News Service staff | June 17, 2013
Details about surveillance programs in the UK, Germany and India are sketchy, but the US is not alone in electronic data collection

The Indian government announced it was rolling out CMS in November 2009. Officials described it to the upper house of Parliament as "a centralized system to monitor communications on mobile phones, landlines and the Internet in the country."

(With reporting from Loek Essers, John Ribeiro and Grant Gross.)

 

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