Slovak NGO complains about unjustified call monitoring

Thursday 4 April 2013 | 12:49 CET | News
Slovak non-governmental organisation European Information Society Institute (EISI) has complained that the police are obtaining data from telecommunications operators regarding calls in cases where this is not justified and without support from a court request, reports sme.sk. The reason for this is the unclear legislation used by the police to ask for operational traffic data, such as the place of a call and the type of phone used, even for minor offences rather than serious criminal acts or in connection with terrorism.

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