judicial authorization

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* Addition of the Regional Trial Court (RTC) as a venue for securing judicial authorization for surveillance;
'At a time when the PNP has been committing widespread rights violations without accountability in the war on drugs, granting the police further powers to act without judicial authorization is a recipe for disaster,' Carlos Conde of Human Rights Watch said.
BRUSSELS, Nov 3 (KUNA) -- Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda decided Friday to request judicial authorization to commence an investigation into war crimes situation in Afghanistan.
(16) He underlined that the disclosure of a wiretap does not amount to a search, and that a second judicial authorization is not warranted prior to disclosing information to a foreign government.
At its annual conference in Ottawa, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police adopted a resolution seeking "a legislative means for public safety agencies inclusive of law enforcement, through judicial authorization, to compel the holder of an encryption key or password to reveal it to law enforcement."
The authors cover what constitutes the deprivation of liberty from a EU legal viewpoint, the deprivation of liberty safeguards, judicial authorization of the deprivation of liberty, urgent authoritarian restraint or detention, and a great many other related subjects.
The Investigatory Powers Bill would give British intelligence agencies access to the records of every British citizen's internet use without the need for judicial authorization, though gaining access to the content of any communications would require the authority of the home secretary and a new panel of judicial commissioners.
"After obtaining judicial authorization, the ship was released on May 7," Iran's Ports and Maritime Organization said in a statement.
investigators access to Lebanese telecommunications records without judicial authorization. No judicial authorization was required by law, he said.
In the quantitative phase, 81.6% of the physicians required police reports or judicial authorization to guarantee the care requested.
The Supreme Court dismissed the case and as such the law still stands allowing eavesdropping without judicial authorization.
"The principles' flat rejection of massive bulk collection of Internet data globally and clear demand for transparent judicial authorization for surveillance programs go to the heart of unchecked government surveillance," she continued.

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