Unblinking eyes: Surveillance in Latin America

Comparative Analysis of Surveillance Laws and Practices in Latin America with Paraguay In December 1992, following a hastily-drawn sketch of a map given to him by a whistleblower, the Paraguayan lawyer Martin Almada drove to an obscure police station in the suburb of Lambaré, near Asunción. Behind the police offices, in a run-down office building, […]

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