Austrian Ministry of Interior wants to push further on trojan usage

Austrias new law on "electronic surveillance by malware" was stopped by the Ministry of Justice as "making no sense" after receiving hard criticism. Now the Ministry of Interior wants further discussion on the topic.

Country: Austria

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: malware, surveillance, Austria, legislation, electronic surveillance

Posted on Thursday 29 September 2016

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