Poland: New project on public institutions’ surveillance practices

A group of experts will develop a catalogue of surveillance technologies purchased by Polish public institutions and list of companies delivering them. The experts will also analyse existing legal framework and verify whether Polish public institutions acted lawfully or not. Finally, there will be a comparison between the results of this research and the reports documenting security-industrial complex in other countries.

Country: Poland

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: project, Panoptykon Foundation, surveillance technologies, surveillance, privacy

Posted on Wednesday 5 November 2014

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