Privacy experts say: Internet surveillance has terrorism-like effects

Privacy experts of austrian "AK Vorrat" published a handbook on evaluation of anti-terror laws in Austria.

In their presentation they claim that the expansion of public surveillance and missing checks and balances gives the impression that the state does not behave lawfully online and that this impression has effects like terrorism.

Country: Austria

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: Austria, surveillance, anti-terrorism, study

Posted on Thursday 29 September 2016

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