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 September 1, 2015  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Krisztina Than, Madeline Chambers, and Yoruk Bahceli of Reuters report:

A draft government bill to reform intelligence-gathering will grant security agencies far-reaching surveillance powers with insufficient protection of privacy, an independent rights group said on Tuesday.

The government said the bill would bring a badly needed modernization of intelligence-gathering methods and improve internal security, without violating privacy, at a time of increasing threats posed by Islamist militants.

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The Netherlands Institute for Human Rights said the bill, as now written, raises serious privacy concerns for the Dutch, who are some of the world’s most active telecommunications users.

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