Aug 092016
 August 9, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Andrada Fiscutean reports:

Romania’s intelligence service is about to build a system to identify people taking part in street protests or talking on Facebook or Skype, according to four local human-rights groups.

In an open letter published on Monday, the groups said the system would be capable of running facial recognition on three million people. It could also intercept online traffic without the consent of the users and will have unrestricted access to all public databases containing information about citizens.

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