Measures of secret surveillance in the 2012 Human Rights Report

The State Department’s 2012 Human Rights Report for Montenegro quotes the findings of our policy briefs “National Security Agency and Secret Surveillance Measures – Is there any control?” and ”Secret Surveillance Measures in Criminal Procedure – Neglected Control” on the number of persons who were subjected to these measeures and data collection, as well as on the questionable legal framework in the criminal procedure. The quotation is a part of the section entitled Arbitrary Interference with Privacy, Family, Home, or Correspondence.

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