Jul 082015
 
 July 8, 2015  Breaches, Laws, Non-U.S.

Hürriyet Daily News reports:

Police officers who share private information and documents gathered on duty with third parties online or via press will be dismissed, according to a new amendment for police departments in Turkey.

Violating the privacy of communication by recording, disclosing and sharing with third parties any information or documents gathered by wiretapping while on duty, would be grounds to dismiss police officers, the amendment states.

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