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Dutch art project exposes extent of surveillance, tests limits of law

The arts collective known as SETUP built a detailed catalog of the population in the Netherlands based on open data sources. The information it collected proved so revealing that making it public would violate privacy laws.

Global discussions over the trade-offs that come with increasingly pervasive surveillance – whether government spying or commercial data mining – aren't just happening at congressional hearings or in European parliamentary chambers.

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