Regulate Intelligence Sharing!

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Intelligence sharing between countries is one of the most pervasive and least regulated surveillance practices carried out by governments across the world. It is facilitated by rapidly evolving surveillance technologies that enable intelligence agencies to collect, store, analyse and share ever larger amounts of people’s personal information.

This briefing paper, written jointly by the International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO) and PI, sets out urgent recommendations that governments must adopt to ensure their intelligence sharing is compliant with international human rights law.