Wednesday, April 27, 2016

R2K will handing over a memorandum today
Nontando Mafanya
27 April 2016

The Right to Know campaign will today be handing over a memorandum calling for government to reconsider its surveillance capabilities. 

The group is calling for a reform of the Regulation of Interception of Communications and Communication-Related Information Act which they claim oversteps on the rights of citizens.

 Last month, the United Nations Human Rights Committee issued a report condemning the country’s surveillance capabilities.

 Right to know will be handing over their memorandum to officials at the Office of the Interception Centres in Sandton later today.  

The group’s Murray Hunter says there has been countless cases over the years showing the way in which the state is “spying” on some citizens.


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