Oct 152015
 
 October 15, 2015  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Andrada Fiscutean reports:

Amid intense global debates about surveillance and online privacy, Romania has decided to give its state authorities access to personal data, such as phone-call metadata, equipment IDs, and localization.

Under a controversial new law, dubbed ‘Big Brother’ by the local media, state authorities in Romania will soon have a right to access citizens’ data stored by telecoms and internet providers.

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