U.N. expert urges states to work towards cyber surveillance treaty

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GENEVA (Reuters) – The world needs an international treaty to protect people’s privacy from unfettered cybersurveillance, which is being pushed by populist politicians preying on fear of terrorism, according to a U.N. report debated on Wednesday.