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Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden's leaks of surveillance secrets have already prompted concerted efforts to reform spy laws in the US. But now a burgeoning international attempt to rein in the mass surveillance is taking shape.
Led by the German government, a loose coalition of privacy chiefs from countries across the world is pushing to update an influential international human rights treaty that enshrines the right to privacy.
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