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Austrian Bar President welcomes review of 'surveillance package' by Constitutional Court

Monday 11 February 2019 | 09:36 CET | News
Austrian Constitutional Court will review the so-called 'surveillance package', a legislation adopted by the government allowing authorities inter alia to apply Trojan horses to access encrypted communication of citizens, such as WhatsApp. The Austrian Bar President Rupert Wolff welcomes that, as he considers the recently adopted surveillance legislation a massive interference into privacy of citizens, reports Der Standard. 

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