This was a golden era for diplomats and international lawyers. To the network of alliances that became established throughout Europe during the Renaissance, the Reformation added confessional pacts.
Singapore[ edit ] Singapore is known as a city of sensors. In SingaporeSIM card registration is mandatory even for prepaid card. Singapore's government have the rights to access communication data. Singapore's largest telecompany, Singtelhas close relations to the government and Singapore's laws are broadly phrased to allow the government to obtain sensitive data such as text-messages, email, call logs and web surfing history from its people without the need for court permission.
Starting with Singapore's maritime borders, new panoramic electro-optic sensors will be put in place on the north and south coasts, monitoring a degree view of the area. Syria has stepped up its web censorship and cyber-monitoring as the country's civil war has intensified. At least 13 Blue Coat proxy servers are in use, Skype calls are intercepted, and social engineering techniquesphishingand malware attacks are all in use.
Digital surveillance is part of everyday life due to the box the government puts the Turkish citizens in. It is increasingly difficult to release any academic knowledge beyond what the Turkish government wants to be released.
They have a digital and physical strong hold over any knowledge that goes against their regime. Today, the surveillance of academicians goes along with the state's oppression in Turkey.
It is hard to say what will happen in the next few years in Turkey as they become increasingly more authoritarian. The centralization of state power along with digitalization expands the scope of the state surveillance. The digitalization and the centralization of state power are closely related to the regime of power that becomes prominent in this conjuncture.
According to the report of Human Rights Joint Platform published on February 23,during the nine months period of the state of emergency, the number of dismissed academicians reached 4, increasing to 7, with the addition of academicians who were working in the universities closed after the failed coup attempt.
Mass surveillance in the United Kingdom State surveillance in the United Kingdom has formed part of the public consciousness since the 19th century. The postal espionage crisis of sparked the first panic over the privacy of citizens. It was later broadened to include Canada, Australia and New Zealand, as well as cooperation with several "third-party" nations.
In particular, access to the content of private messages that is, interception of a communication must be authorized by a warrant signed by a Secretary of State.
The UK exhibits governance and safeguards as well as use of electronic surveillance. In addition, it created new safeguards, including a requirement for judges to approve the warrants authorised by a Secretary of State before they come into force.
A Question of Trust  and the report of his Bulk Powers Review which contains a detailed appraisal with 60 case studies of the operational case for the powers often characterised as mass surveillance.
It may yet require amendment as a consequence of legal cases brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union  and the European Court of Human Rights. The UK is a member of the European Unionparticipates in its programs, and is subject to EU policies and directives on surveillance.
The vast majority of video surveillance cameras in the UK are not operated by government bodies, but by private individuals or companies, especially to monitor the interiors of shops and businesses.Mass surveillance is the intricate surveillance of an entire or a substantial fraction of a population in order to monitor that group of citizens.
The surveillance is often carried out by local and federal governments or governmental organisations, such as organizations like the NSA and the FBI, but may also be carried out by corporations (either on behalf .
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Mass surveillance is the intricate surveillance of an entire or a substantial fraction of a population in order to monitor that group of citizens.
The surveillance is often carried out by local and federal governments or governmental organisations, such as organizations like the NSA and the FBI, but it may also be carried out by corporations (either on behalf of governments or at their own.
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