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EKINT won’t give it up: there must be social debate on the secret surveillance of citizens!
The European Court of Human Rights' judgement in the case of secret surveillances in Hungary is available now in Hungarian.
Open letter to Sándor Pintér, Minister of Interior Affairs to publish the draft of the law on secrect surveillances.
Szilárd Németh promised to send the secret services against NGOs.
EKINT is asking the Minister of Interior and the Minister of Justice how they plan to cease the unlawful situation of secret surveillances.
Eötvös Károly Policy Institute’s staff achieved final victory regarding the protection of privacy on European Court of Human Rights.
Constitutional Court: Covert surveillance based on ministerial permission does not violate the right to privacy
Constitutional Court: Covert surveillance based on ministerial permission does not violate the right to privacy.