Nederland ICT criticises govt security policy

Friday 18 September 2015 | 10:13 CET | News
Dutch industry group Nederland ICT has warned that innovation and growth will suffer as a result of the weak security policy in the government's latest budget proposals. The association was positive on a number of points, such as the cabinet's policy to reduce legal barriers to ICT and innovation. However, the proposed law on intelligence services and Computer Criminality III bill will reduce confidence in ICT and weaken the competitive position of the Netherlands, the group said. Nederland ICT called for a more open and less one-sided approach to the subject and the development of an

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Categories: General
Companies: Nederland ICT
Countries: Netherlands
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