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U.N. Votes on Digital Rights, Wags Finger at U.S.

January 2, 2014

The resolution was drawn up by two nations whose leaders were the most visible victims of the NSA's spying program: Germany and Brazil. Snowden recently asked Brazil to grant him asylum in exchange for his assistance in investigating U.S. surveillance of Brazilian citizens.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation called the vote a "giant leap against surveillance."

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