Jan 242016
 January 24, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

BBC reports:

Thousands of Poles have taken part in marches in Warsaw and other cities to protest about plans of the conservative government, which they say will curtail privacy and freedom.

Protesters shouted “democracy” and waved banners criticising planned changes to laws on surveillance.

The measures would expand government access to digital data and allow for greater surveillance by police.

The EU is investigating whether the new legislation violates its standards.

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