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14 December 2017: Charlotte Conings participates in debate on privacy in the fight against terror

14 December 2017: Charlotte Conings participates in debate on privacy in the fight against terror

14 December 2017: Charlotte Conings participates in debate on privacy in the fight against terror

06.12.2017 BE law

On Thursday 14 December, Charlotte Conings will act as a panel member in the debate "Is privacy een struikelblok in de strijd tegen terreur?", which will take place at the festival for equality in Ghent and which will be conducted in Dutch.

In the debate, the speakers will focus on how the government increasingly restricts our privacy within the scope of the fight against terrorism. As our expert in legislation on criminal investigations, Charlotte will elaborate on the adjustment of the legislation concerning special investigative methods (the "BOM" law).

Registration for this debate is free of charge. For more information, please click here.

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