Wiretapping – Personal Data – Democracy
The wiretapping case has rendered crystal clear that the confidentiality of communication, as well as personal data, are systematically breached, in violation of law and the Greek Constitution.
Furthermore, secrecy is currently intensely debated from the perspective of the transparency of governmental and state activities and is part of the broader concerns on the quality of democracy and the rule of law crisis.
The “Project: Secrecy | Wiretapping – Personal Data – Democracy” aims to contribute to the public debate and the formulation of policy proposals both at the institutional and the technical level, aiming to protect secrecy and ensure transparency.
The project started in September 2022. Email: email@example.com
1. Scope of the study:
2. Method of study:
3. Conclusions on the current framework and the recently drafted Bill (which was put up for public consultation by the Ministers of Justice and State)
4. ECHR and French legal system: lessons learned
In view of the above, the following proposals are made for reforming the current framework in a liberal and constitutional direction: