Sep 072015
 
 September 7, 2015  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Janene Van Jaarsveldt reports:

Minister Ronald Plasterk plans to push ahead with the new law that will give the Dutch secret services more capacity for data mining and internet and phone tapping, despite criticism and complaints from privacy activists, human rights organizations and telecom companies.

The Minister told news wire ANP that the plan will go ahead, but he does not rule out that “some parts will be adjusted after all the comments”.

Read more on NL Times.

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