This stakeholder report is a submission by Privacy International (PI) and Thai Netizen Network (TNN). PI is a human rights organisation that works to advance and promote the right to privacy and ght surveillance around the world.
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This stakeholder report is submitted by the Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition, the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa and Privacy International (PI). PI, THRDC and CIPESA wish to bring concerns about the protection and promotion of the right to privacy i
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