The Slovak Constitutional Court cancelled mass surveillance of citizens

Today the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic proclaimed the mass surveillance of citizens as unconstitutional. The decision was rendered within proceedings initiated by 30 members of the Parliament on behalf of the European Information Society Institute (EISi), a Slovakia based think-tank.

Country: Slovakia

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Judicial

Tags: Slovak Constitutional Court, privacy, data retention, unconstitutional, fundamental rights, electronic communications, court decision, mass surveillance

Posted on Thursday 30 April 2015

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