13 Principles

The 'International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance' or '13 Principles', are a set of principles agreed to by civil society organisations and industry and international experts in communications surveillance law, policy and technology. There are currently 293 organisations and 10 experts who are signed supporters of the principles[1].

The 13 principles are: Legality, Legitimate aim, Necessity, Adequacy, Proportionality, Competent judicial authority, Due process, User notification, Transparency, Public oversight, Integrity of communications, Safeguards for international cooperation , Safeguards against illegitimate access

Links

International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance Final Version

References

  1. 13 Principles