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Belgium

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

The Code of Criminal Procedure makes it possible to impose measures with a view to intercepting a person’s communications following a warrant by the examining magistrate (juge d’instruction/ onderzoeksrechter). This warrant also needs to be […]

2018-03-20T16:00:24+00:00 March 20, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

United Kingdom

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) gives senior cabinet ministers the power to authorise the interception of a person’s communications following an application made by an intelligence or law enforcement agency (LEA).

Under Section 5 […]

2018-03-19T22:17:04+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Turkey

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

THE TURKISH CONSTITUTION

Article 22 of the Turkish Constitution states that interception of communication will be granted if there is a decision duly given by a judge on one or several of the grounds of national security, public order, prevention of crime, […]

2018-03-19T21:16:34+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Thailand

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

CONSTITUTION OF THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND (INTERIM) B.E. 2557 (2014) (the “Interim Constitution”)

Following the coup d’état, the National Council for Peace and Order issued the Interim Constitution and […]

2018-03-19T21:16:44+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Tanzania

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

THE ELECTRONIC AND POSTAL COMMUNICATION ACT

The Electronic and Postal Communication Act of 2010 (the EPOCA) does not specifically make provision for the interception of customer communications. However, the existence of intercept powers can be implied from Section 120 of the […]

2018-03-19T21:16:53+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Sweden

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS ACT 2003 (2003:389) (lag (2003:389) om elektronisk kommunikation) (the “ECA”)

According to chapter 6, section 17, it is prohibited to intercept content data or monitor metadata associated with an electronic message.

However, under chapter 6, sections […]

2018-03-19T21:17:01+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Spain

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

Service providers and operators of public electronic communication networks may be required to intercept communications in the following scenarios:

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT

a. A judge may, either ex officio or following an initiative […]

2018-03-19T21:17:09+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Serbia

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA (Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia no. 98/2006, Ustav Republike Srbije) (the “Constitution”)

Article 41 of the Constitution guarantees the confidentiality of letters and other means of communication, and provides that […]

2018-03-19T21:17:17+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

South Africa

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

THE REGULATION OF INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PROVISIONS OF COMMUNICATIONS-RELATED INFORMATION ACT NO. 70 OF 2002

The Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act No.70 of 2002 (RICA) […]

2018-03-19T21:17:26+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Russia

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

FEDERAL LAW NO. 144-FZ DATED 12 AUGUST 1995 (THE “LAW ON INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES”)

Under article 8 of the Law on Investigative Activities, any state investigatory authority may apply to court for permission to intercept a person’s private communications.  Article 13 of […]

2018-03-19T21:17:34+00:00 March 15, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|
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