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Jordan

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

JORDANIAN CONSTITUTION OF 1952

Under article 18 of the Jordanian Constitution of 1952 (as amended), “all postal and telegraphic correspondence, telephonic communications and the other communications means” are regarded as confidential.  They may not be lawfully intercepted unless a judicial order […]

2019-01-16T18:04:19+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Kazakhstan

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN ON INVESTIGATION ACTIVITIES NO. 154-XIII DATED 15 SEPTEMBER 1994 (THE “LAW ON INVESTIGATION ACTIVITIES”)

Under article 12 of the Law on Investigation Activities and Article 232.2 of Criminal Procedural Code (discussed further below), real-time interception […]

2018-10-06T18:58:56+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Kenya

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE SERVICE ACT (ACT NO. 28 OF 2012)

The National Intelligence Service Act (Act No. 28 of 2012) ( the NIS Act) allows the Director-General (the DG) of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) (pursuant to Section 36) to monitor or […]

2018-10-06T18:59:23+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Lesotho

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

COMMUNICATIONS ACT 2012

Section 44(1)(f) of the Communications Act 2012 (“Communications Act”) provides that a person may not intercept communications or messages unless authorised by a court of competent jurisdiction. Therefore, the […]

2018-10-06T18:58:35+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Malaysia

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

Legislation which specifically provides authority to intercept communications is summarised below. Where not explicit, these rights can be interpreted widely to require network operators and service providers to assist law enforcement and intelligence agencies in their surveillance and […]

2018-10-06T18:58:13+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Malta

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

SECURITY SERVICE ACT

Under the Security Service Act (Chapter 391) of the Laws of Malta, the Security Service of Malta can obtain authorisation for interception or interference with communications by means of a warrant issued by the Minister responsible for the Security […]

2018-10-06T18:57:45+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Montenegro

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

CONSTITUTION OF MONTENEGRO (Official Gazette of Montenegro no.1/2007 and 38/2013, Ustav Crne Gore) (the “Constitution”)

Article 42 of the Constitution guarantees confidentiality of letters, telephone conversations and other means of communication and provides that derogation from this right […]

2018-10-06T18:57:28+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Mozambique

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

DECREE N.º33/2001

Article 35 of the Regulation of the licensing and register for the providing of telecommunications services of public usage and establishing and usage of the public network of telecommunications (Decree No. 33/2001 of 6 November) states that licensed providers are […]

2018-10-06T18:57:04+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Myanmar

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW 2013 (the “2013 Law”)

The 2013 Law was drafted to update Myanmar’s telecommunications sector and to provide a legal framework for the introduction of foreign private investment in the industry. It repealed the Myanmar Telegraph Act […]

2018-10-06T18:56:42+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|

Netherlands

PROVISION OF REAL-TIME LAWFUL INTERCEPTION ASSISTANCE

TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT

According to Article 13.1 of the Telecommunications Act (the TCA), providers of public telecommunications networks and publicly available telecommunications services (service providers) will only make their telecommunications networks and services available to users if these can be […]

2018-10-06T19:10:44+00:00October 6, 2018|Categories: legal frameworks|
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