Issues on the agenda
Evaluating the copyright and fair use guidelines
The right to privacy in the age of mass surveillance
The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee (Legal) is one of six main committees of the General Assembly of the United Nations, founded in 1945; in which the following subjects and subjecting regarding these topics will be discussed: promotion of justice and international law, accountability and internal, United Nations justice matters drug control, crime prevention and combating international terrorism. While international law-making negotiations take place in a variety of specialized bodies of the United Nations, depending on their actual subject-matter, those negotiations related to general international law are usually held at the Sixth Committee. Since its foundation, The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee has worked on resolutions on a wide range and working on the elaboration of a Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism to complement the existing counter-terrorism instruments since 2000.