Dec 042018
 December 4, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance


The Dutch civilian and military security services must take ‘concrete steps’ in the short term to make sure they don’t break the new laws on electronic surveillance, the CTIVD watchdog said on Tuesday.

The new legislation, nicknamed the dragnet or Big Brother law, gives the AIVD and MIVD security services much wider powers to place telephone and internet taps and to hack into computer systems.

However, ‘essential guarantees to protect citizens’ have still not been properly implemented in internal policy, work processes and in the technology,’ the first CTIVD report said.


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