Finnish PM urges fast-track of intelligence law

Juha Sipilä, Finland’s prime minister considers that the right to life is more important than the right to privacy and urges lawmakers to agree new rules that would give the country’s intelligence agencies more surveillance powers.

Country: Finland

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: increased powers, intelligence agencies, security, surveillance, privacy

Posted on Tuesday 22 August 2017

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