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Swiss telecoms surveillance to cost CHF 112 mln up to 2020

Thursday 4 September 2014 | 09:22 CET | News
Switzerland's Federal Council has told parliament that it estimates investment in monitoring internet and telephone communications once the BUPF law has been revised at CHF 112 million between 2016 and 2021, said Inside-IT.ch. Of this, CHF 13 million could come from existing staff resources. In May, the Federal Department of Justice and Police had predicted expenditure of CHF 91 million. The new system is on track to start operating in mid-2015 under the Postal and Telecommunications Surveillance Service (DUPF).

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