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Romanian Secret Services public statement confirms suspicions regarding mass surveillance

The Romanian Secret Services’ press release does little to clarify the disguised mass surveillance project and indirectly confirms all our suspicions. SRI’s reply gives rise to more fundamental questions which need to be clarified. Below is our translation of several…
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Romanian Secret Services uses European Funding for mass surveillance project disguised as eGovernment services

The Romanian Secret Service (SRI) is granted European funding in order to acquire software and hardware for “consolidating and assuring interoperability between information systems”. In translation this means a mass surveillance project where SRI and other public institutions would potentially…
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Celebrate human rights day with a vote for privacy! Support ApTI in the European OER Miler competition

Evens Foundation and Modern Poland Foundation have launched a competition for the best Media & Information Literacy Educational Resource and ApTI has signed up for the challenge with a series of 4 animated videos on privacy and data protection. We…
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Icing on the cake: Romanian cybersecurity law unconstitutional

This article was first published on EDRi’s website. A cake: The Romanian cybersecurity law was declared unconstitutional on 21 January 2015. As previously reported in the EDRi-gram, EDRi member ApTI, together with 14 other NGOs filed an amicus curiae brief…
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Romanian cybersecurity law sent to the Constitutional Court

This article was first published on EDRi’s website. A new law on cybersecurity, previously reported in the EDRi-gram, was adopted by the Romanian Parliament at the end of 2014. The law gives the Romanian Intelligence Agency (SRI) access to any…
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