Surveillance of international communication legalized
Fri 27 Nov 2015, 15:44

The Constitutional Court gave its approval to all the legal provisions of the Law on International Surveillance, complementing the Intelligence Bill, the former being much less polemical than the later bill. The Law on International Surveillance was submitted to the court in September after a provision of the Intelligence Bill on International surveillance was censored by the court in July for not providing the conditions for operating and controlling the collected intelligence. The new law legalizes the surveillance of communication emitted or received abroad, namely through the interception of data transiting undersea cables.

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