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Europol boosts electronic surveillance

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Brussels approved the reform of Europol, the European police agency, significantly expanding its powers. It was decided in recent hours by the interior ministers of member countries, meeting at the Council of the European Union. Now law enforcement agencies will have the power to request citizens' data from private companies, especially Internet platforms, even about people who are not suspected or...

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