Wednesday, July 4, 2012

No Dutch Police Corps Respects Privacy

None of the 25 Dutch police corps respects the rules of privacy of civilians. This was published by the digital civil rights movement, Bits of Freedom. It came to this conclusion on the basis of internal police reports. This breaking of the law on police data (Wet Politiegegevens) concerns both suspects and people who submit complaints. The norms laid down by law are also transgressed on a large scale by the Dutch military police.

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