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Dutch parties ask for more clarity regarding internet taps

Thursday 4 March 2010 | 12:23 CET | News
The Dutch Socialist Party (SP) and Green Party (GroenLinks) have asked minister of justice Hirsch Ballin for more clarity regarding the growth of internet tap use, Webwereld reported. Both parties declared that many of the taps violate the privacy of internet users not under suspicion for any crime. The parties made the statements in reacion to figures fromt the National Management Foundatio of Internet Providers (NBIP), which is responsible or the implementation of internet taps. The figures showed a strong rise in the number of internet taps, on order of the ministry of Justice and

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