Unclear Terrorism Directive creates significant risks for citizens’ security

On 16 February 2017, the European Parliament voted in favour of the EU Directive on combating terrorism. Weak, unclear, ambiguous wording in the Directive presents dangers for the rule of law, the right to privacy and freedom of opinion and expression of people in the European Union.

Country: EU

Domains: Privacy IG

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: freedom of expression, fundamental rights, vote, European parliament, EU directive, anti terrorism, privacy

Posted on Thursday 16 February 2017

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