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March 22, 2023

‘Big Brother’ law adopted in principle by Legal Committee

The Legal Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies adopted in principle the draft law regulating the retention or general or processed data by public telephony and internet service providers, said Committee Secretary Gabriel Andronache, adding that 12 articles, including the ones on the protection of personal data, the way in which it is to be used and the storage duration, were still pending. Andronache also said some MPs intended to introduce an amendment to expressly prohibit the disclosure of the content of the phone calls or email messages for the protection of privacy. The bill, also known by the name of ‘Big Brother’ law, has caused numerous debates. As a matter of fact, a similar one was ruled unconstitutional in 2009.

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