Data protection officer reject the second anti-terror package of the federal government

Sharp criticism of the law template approved by the Federal Cabinet

Of course, the criticism of the research procedure is the Federal Government, which is concerned with the new laws on alleged terrorism, sharp. The German Association for Privacy Policy described the MABs provided for in the second antierterror package last week as the foundations for a secret service state, other burger rights and privacy organizations warned yesterday before a surveillance state. Even the Baden-Wurttemberg Justicon Minister Ulrich Goll go to many changes too far.

The data protection officers of Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hessen, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland, Saxony-Anhalt, Thurigen and Schleswig-Holstein have in a joint press recognition the security package II adopted by the Federal Cabinet today (Cabinet Stencies Schily’s Anti-Terror Package) Despite some corrections to the original design as "Unacceptable under the rule of law aspects" designated.

The planned maws push after your view "far over the goal of a reasonable and goal-oriented response to the terrorist attack of the 11. September". Without real assessment for the new competencies of the police and the secret services, which concerns existing enforcement deficits or security gains of early anti-anti-terror laws, were simply not observed as follows.

In particular, it is criticized that the BKA can raise data without immediate allowance, which too "Proper examinations of the BKA without judicial supervision leading significantly above the supporting central office function authorized by the Basic Law". Through the new investigative powers, the separation offer between police and intelligence services was violated, the information for many agencies and companies even without a criminal suspicion. When recording biometric features in IDs remain open, as they are collected. The benefit was not set forth.

uberdies "in a variety of outstanding provisions without proof of the need and reliability in the right to informational self-determination of the non-German Mitburgers intervened." The data protection officers decided to disclose the transmission of the sometimes life-threatening information from asylum support to the intelligence services.

The data protection officers demand that the Bundestag should take the safety package under the magnifying glass. Eventually urgent parts had to be preferred to be advised to advise on the long-term eligible measures. The deliberations in the Bundestag and the Federal Council on the first security package, which provides for changes in the rights of association and in the criminal code, were still allowed to be completed in November.

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