Apr 062016
 
 April 6, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Fatjona Mejdini reports:

Experts see dangers in the way the government is approaching people’s privacy. Alfred Olli, an expert in civil and public safety, told BIRN on Tuesday that the government cannot violently impose surveillance on citizens against their will.

“You cannot dictate camera surveillance in private businesses and people’s personal space by law. If some areas are in danger, the police have to talk and make personal arrangements with communities,” Olli emphasized.

A law on new measures to safeguard public security, passed by parliament in March, has caused a political logjam after the President refused to back it.

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