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German Court Rules to Limit Authorities’ Access to People’s Data

The German constitutional court has ruled that the police and intelligence officials have too much access to people’s personal mobile phone and internet data. A win for privacy activists, the court has directed the government to amend applicable laws to better protect the privacy of German citizens. Current Data Access Laws Unconstitutional The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe ruled Friday that police and intelligence officials have excessive access to people’s personal phone and internet data. The court judged that the current laws which govern the manual procedure for obtaining information on subscriber data are unconstitutional and the privacy of German…

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