Norway security services criticized for gathering data on airline passengers Dec 082019 December 8, 2019 Posted by Dissent Non-U.S., Surveillance The Local reports: A parliamentary oversight committee has issued a strong criticism of Norway’s police security service PST for collecting large amounts of passenger data on flights taken in the country. A potential leak of the information cannot be ruled out, according to the Parliamentary Oversight Committee on Intelligence and Security Services (EOS). “We cannot guarantee that no sensitive information has gone astray,” said Svein Grønnern, head of the EOS committee, told newspaper Aftenposten. The issue was initially reported by Dagens Næringsliv. Read more on The Local (No). Related Posts:UK: Britain lobbied to weaken security on GSM phonesDanes tapped Norway data for NSA: InformationNorway bans burqa and niqab in schoolsMajor national security leak via P2PSwedish justice minister confirms US surveillance Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.