White Paper on Internal Security
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progression des violences constatées dans la sphère familiale, telles les violences sexuelles et sexistes. La création d’une plateforme de signalement des violences sexuelles
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Centrum för Rättvisa v. Sweden (First Section Judgment)
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the collection of intelligence shall cease or that information collected shall be destroyed, if during an inspection it becomes evident that the collection has
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Investigatory Powers Commissioner's Office 2019 Annual Report
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authority collect data under investigatory powers? • Does your authority retain data collected under investigatory powers? • Does your authority retain data collected under
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Privacy International v Investigatory Powers Tribunal & Ors
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would constitute) one or more offences, and either – (a) it involves the use of violence, results in substantial financial gain or is conduct by a large number of persons
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La Quadrature du Net and Others v Premier Ministre and Others
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be collected pursuant to Article L. 851‑1. Such collection shall take place in non-real time. The information listed in point I(2) may be collected only
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Draft Bill of BND Law 2020/2021
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data collection as follows: 1. statement of the purpose of the data collection under paragraph (1); and 2. statement of the means used to collect the
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R Bridge v CC South Wales and ors (High Court)
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There has however been growing concern in recent times about surveillance and the collection and use of personal data by the state. … But such concern on this side
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R Bridges v CC South Wales and ors (Court of Appeal)
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the collection of data on a blanket and indiscriminate basis, and it placed too little weight on the interference posed by the initial collection itself
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B v Security Service
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need to protect the State and the public against those who would use violence to overthrow the democratic order, which guarantees human rights. Both sides
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Watson and ors v SSHD and ors (High Court)
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laid down by law. Everyone has the right of access to data which has been collected concerning him or her, and the right to have it rectified. 3. Compliance with
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Privacy International v SSFCA and ors (No 2)
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is right to acknowledge that a significant quantity of information can be collected, only a tiny proportion of the data is ever examined.” In paragraph
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Privacy International v SSFCA and ors (No 1)
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BCD (i) GCHQ and MI5 collect and hold BCD, relying upon s.94 as the legal basis for doing so. MI6 does not collect or hold BCD. GCHQ also
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Report on the activity of the Parliamentary Delegation for Intelligence for the year 2019
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l’article L. 212-1 du code de la sécurité intérieure ; - des violences collectives de nature à porter gravement atteinte à la paix publique ; -
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Zakharov v Russia
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added on 1 July 2010). F. Storage, use and destruction of collected data 1. Storage of collected data 49. Section 10 of the OSAA stipulates that law-enforcement
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Leander v Sweden
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it is said that the organisation shall endeavour to change the social system by violence. It can be assumed, however, that a large part of the membership of such
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Kennedy v United Kingdom
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term of three years or more; (b) that the conduct involves the use of violence, results in substantial financial gain or is conduct by a large number
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Liberty v United Kingdom
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regarded as a serious crime if, and only if – (a) it involves the use of violence, results in substantial financial gain or is conduct by a large number of persons
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Weber and Saravia v Germany
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thereby and their transmission to other authorities. Strategic monitoring is aimed at collecting information by intercepting telecommunications in order to identify and avert serious dangers
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Silver v United Kingdom
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attempt to hold them up to contempt; (iv) threats of or incitement to violence; (v) material intended for publication or for use on wireless or television
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Malone v United Kingdom
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of people is involved or there is good reason to apprehend the use of violence" (White Paper, para. 4). In April 1982, the Home Secretary announced to
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Klass v Germany
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the purpose of the restriction. The Constitutional Court dismissed the remaining claims (Collected Decisions of the Constitutional Court, Vol. 30, pp. 1 et seq.). Since the operative
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Right to informational self determination
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purposes of data collection and use be precisely defined and the strict prohibition to collect personal data for retention do not apply to the collection of census data
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Release of NSA selector lists to NSA Inquiry Committee
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on the right to collect evidence (BVerfGE 67, 100 <142>; 77, 1 <46>; 124, 78 <125>). 141 f) Finally, the right to collect evidence is limited in
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Fundamental right to integrity and confidentiality of IT systems
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regarding various instances of data collection, in particular from information technology systems, and secondly, the handling of the data collected. 1 I. The impugned provisions
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Electronic profile searching II
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in particular, was to detect “sleepers”. The state Offices of Criminal Investigation collected data for example from universities, residents' registration offices and the Central Aliens
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Electronic profile-searching I
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ports in a network such as a collective cable system between two secondary telecommunications exchanges that crosses a border. Such collective cable systems were normally designated
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BND Law (Judgment)
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out specific rules for collecting data from within Germany and processing it (§ 6 BNDG), and for further processing data collected from abroad (§ 7(1) BNDG)
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Automated lincence plate control in Bavaria
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in principle, the collection and the cross-checking constitute two separate interferences with fundamental rights. Thus, in principle, the collection of personal data constitutes
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BKA Law
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interests as were determinant for the data collection. If this specific permission to collect data is restricted to collection for the purpose of protecting certain
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Anti Terrorism Database I
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persons who unlawfully use violence to enforce political or religious interests or who support, prepare, advocate or intentionally incite such use of violence, 3. persons when there
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