Spanish Citizens’ Security law: There is still some hope

Despite considerable global criticism, the Spanish Citizens’ Security law was passed on 26 March 2015, together with the reforms of the Criminal Code, which include punishment of badly-defined “terrorist crimes” online. The Citizens’ Security law was greatly opposed by political parties, but that was not enough against the majority in the Parliament of the Popular Party in Spain.

Country: Spain

Domains: Privacy IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: privacy, securtity, Spain, fundamental rights

Posted on Wednesday 8 April 2015

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