Denmark: Weakening the oversight of intelligence services

A draft law to amend the data protection provisions of the law on the oversight of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) was submitted for public consultation in September 2016. In their consultation responses, several NGOs including EDRi member IT-Pol Denmark, as well as the Danish Intelligence Oversight Board (TET) criticised the proposal.

Country: Denmark

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: Denmark, public consultation, draft law, surveillance, intelligence agencies

Posted on Wednesday 5 April 2017

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