Dutch 'tapping law' still not fully implemented by intelligence services after two years - supervisory report

Wednesday 9 September 2020 | 10:31 CET | News
The Dutch Review Committee on the Intelligence and Security Services CTIVD has published its fourth and final progress report on the implementation of the Intelligence and Security Services Act 2017 (Wiv 2017), also popularly referred to as the 'tapping law'. In the document, the intelligence supervisory body takes stock on the implementation process of the law since it went into effect more than two years ago. The CTIVD concluded that while Dutch intelligence services AIVD and the MIVD have worked hard, they have not yet completed implementing the law. This underlines the need to pay more

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