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The U.N. human rights office said Wednesday, governments on every continent are hiding an increasing reliance on private companies to snoop on citizens’ digital lives. Stepping into a fierce debate over digital privacy rights, the U.N. office says it has strong evidence of a growing complicity among private companies in government spying. Her office’s report to the U.N. General Assembly says concerns about the erosion in privacy have increased since last year’s revelations of U.S. and British mass surveillance.



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