Baker McKenzie’s Global Surveillance Survey 2017

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Editor: Baker McKenzie

One year ago, in April 2016, Baker McKenzie published its first global surveillance survey - with overview heat maps and detailed questions and answers for 39 jurisdictions worldwide. A year later, the basic picture has not dramatically changed: Most countries are conducting surveillance and espionage to protect their national security - while at the same time opposing surveillance and espionage by other countries.

But, some details have changed since details regarding the U.S. NSA program were leaked in 2013: Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and a few other European jurisdictions have updated their surveillance, data residency and retention laws in the interest of increased national security - while the United States have enacted additional privacy protections and gradually scaled back their surveillance programs.