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ISPs ask for modification of Romania big brother law

Thursday 22 January 2015 | 10:37 CET | News
Romania's national association of internet service providers (Anisp) asked for a modification of the cybernetic security law, the so-called big brother law, so that public institutions' access to the data traffic of citizens be made only through a judicial mandate, writes online publication Hotnews.ro citing Anisp director Gheorghe Serban. The modification would prevent possible abuses, Serban added. He also said that the existing law does not explicitly state the obligation of such a mandate. 

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