Stefan Korshak writes:
A person wanting some privacy has little place to hide in Ukraine, especially if someone with cash decides to start snooping, security industry professionals say.
“If someone is interested in you, there’s little he can’t find out,” said Oleh Moiseev, a retired KGB officer, in an interview. “And the price is very reasonable.”
Ukraine’s constitution is modeled on West European models, clearly defending individuals’ data from prying by their fellow citizens.
But poor enforcement of privacy-protection laws, and tens of thousands of trained intelligence and law enforcement professionals willing to sell their services to the highest bidder, make a mockery of Ukraine’s highest law, security industry workers said.
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