Investigators: Cancel permission for camera surveillance

Permit Requirement Could Be Scrapped, Raising Privacy Concerns

Law enforcement investigators are proposing a significant change to public surveillance in [Country Name]. Their plan would allow municipalities, regions, and authorities to install cameras without obtaining permits from the Privacy Authority (IMY).

Currently, IMY approval is mandatory for public camera installations by most entities. This proposal would eliminate that requirement, potentially streamlining the process for municipalities and regional authorities.

However, the proposal goes further, potentially granting broader camera use by law enforcement. While police already have some exemptions for surveillance, the plan suggests expanding them to include areas deemed at “future risk” of crime.


The proposed changes are still under investigation, with a potential implementation date of July 1, 2025.

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