After the Polish parliament passed a new surveillance bill and it was approved by the President, the law went into full force on February 7 th 2016, despite the extensive concerns over privacy rights.
This means any citizens’ telecommunication and online data can be requested by policy authority or secret services without any prior approval or judicial review from a judge.
With this latest bill Poland undermines the strongest Internet users’ right to privacy. Protect your privacy with a VPN service and browse the Web anonymously.
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