Poland: New surveillance law a major blow to human rights
This document contains Amnesty International analsyis of and response to a new law governing surveillance powers by police and other agencies in Poland, which will seriously undermine the right to privacy in the country. The law, which could come into force in a matter of days, was approved after a fast-track process, which brought only minor changes to the draft law, despite strenuous opposition from civil society groups and other experts.
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