September 3, 2009 Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance
Poland’s Ministry of Interior and Administration is moving toward broadening wiretap authority, the draft of a new bill says.
If the government accepts the bill, police will be able to tap criminals even accused of minor offenses, Poland Radio reported.
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