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European Parliament: LIBE Committee Inquiry on Electronic Mass Surveillance of EU Citizens



1. Hearings Calendar

- European Parliament, 4 July 2013 Resolution setting up the Inquiry (pdf)
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Programme: 5 September 2013 (link)
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Programme: 12 September 2013 (link)
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European parliament has ‘obligation’ to safeguard citizens’ rights to privacy, says Claude Moraes (pdf)
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Civil Liberties Committee: Inquiry: Press release (pdf)
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Programme: 24 September 2013 (link)
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Prgramme: 30 September 2013 (link)
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 Programme: 3 October 2013 (pdf)
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 Programme: 7 October 2013 (pdf)
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 Programme: 14 October 2013 (link)
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Programme: 7 November 2013 (link)
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Programme: 11 November 2013 (link)
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Programme: 14 November 2013 (link)
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Programme: 18 November 2013 (pdf)
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Programme 2 December 2013 (pdf)
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Programme 5 December 2013 (pdf)
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Programme 9 December 2013 (pdf)
- Programme 18 December 2013 (pdf)

2. European Parliament: Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) Hearings Home page (link)

3. Selected written evidence submitted to the Committee of Inquiry

- The EU, COE & general international legal framework (pdf) Presentation Douwe Korff, Professor of International Law, London Metropolitan University, London (UK)

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Statement by Professor Martin Scheinin (EUI), formerly UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism, currently leader of the FP7 consortium SURVEILLE (Surveillance: Ethical Issues, Legal Limitations, and Efficiency) (pdf)

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ACLU (pdf)

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Thomas Drake (USA) (pdf)

- CDT (pdf)

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Radack (USA) (link)

- Peter Hustinx (EDPS)

- Submission on Poland (pdf)



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