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Meyer on Brazil's Protests over NSA Espionage

October 30, 2013
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The Canadian International Council's OpenCanada.org has published Dialogue Fellow Paul Meyer's analysis of the General Assembly session where Brazil's representatives gave notice that they will engage in initiatives to improve multilateral norms relating to cyberspace and its governance:

"The Internet and cyberspace more broadly are uniquely global assets and the United Nations have been engaged over a decade to try to forge a consensus over some basic principles for state conduct in this special environment.  Different aspects of the cyberspace issue are being addressed by various organs and agencies of the UN system, including the International Telecommunications Union and the Human Rights Council."

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