Government and intelligence regulator clash over interception law reform

With its access to phone record lists cut off first by the CJEU then a Belgian court, Alexander De Croo's government - prompted by its intelligence services - wants to reintroduce this option in national law, much to the concern of intelligence oversight panel Comité R. [...] (498 words)
Issue dated 20/06/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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