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04.05.2004
Interior Ministry intent on banning civilian counter surveillance
Ernst Strasser must not disregard EU report!












Interior Ministry intent on banning civilian counter surveillance

Ernst Strasser must not disregard EU report, says consortium speaker.

Vienna, 04.05.2004 - The S-77CCR consortium's plan to set up a civilian surveillance unit in Vienna have met with great approval. As a consequence, the Interior Ministry seems to be captivated by nervous agitation. In a bold move, the Ministry dismisses a EU expertise and intends to lift the unit's official approval for Austria.

Contrary to the European guidelines, the Interior Ministry classifies the use of civilian surveillance systems as a violation of the privacy of the State Police. The camera surveillance systems demanded by the Ministry represent “no license for so-called counter surveillance”, official sources declared. In Austria, the use of biometric registration systems will continue to be allowed only if directed against the people. The Minister's stance is backed up by Vienna FPOE, who have insistently warned against the machinations of foreign hooligans in the Vienna city center.

Dr. Brian Holmes, SS-77CCR speaker in Paris, says: "We are convinced that the city of Vienna will support the release of surveillance technologies for civil society, not just for democratic reasons, but also for economic ones."
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