According to the circular released by Rue89 via the Department of Justice, Law Loppsi 2 security will allow police to monitor communications and digital data through keyloggers. Specifically, it is a spyware which allows a remote computer monitoring, as part of investigations into suspected terrorists or suspects in crimes by organized gangs.
One method used by hackers.
These circulars explain to prosecutors and police officers how to combine telephone and electronic surveillance, taking into account the “measures of computer recordings.” The process keylogger is originally used by hackers to remotely obtain information on their victims. The limit of such a system is unable to remotely verify the identity of the person and the machine being monitored. This will be the judges to decide.
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