Microsoft calls for a global treaty on privacy rights

01/22/2014 | eWeek

The top legal adviser at Microsoft is calling on world leaders to implement a universal framework to protect citizen privacy following concerns over government surveillance. "The issues of the last year have reminded the world that the strong protections afforded by the U.S. Constitution and in U.S. law seldom apply to other countries' citizens," said Brad Smith, Microsoft's general counsel.

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