Nov 192014
 November 19, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Vestnik Kavkaza reports:

The Georgian parliament today reviewed amendments to the law “On Electronic Communications”, which would allow both the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the inspectorate for data protection to have access to citizens’ data. Amendments were written by the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights and Civil Integration, Eka Beselia, the head of the Committee on Security and Defense, Irakli Sesiashvili, and a member of the Georgian Dream coalition, Gedevan Popkhadze.

According to the amendments, neither of the parties would be able to access the data without the court’s approval and independently from each other.

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