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Thursday, October 12th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

    Police in Baden-Wuerttemberg are supposed to use "intelligent" video surveillance in the opinion of the green-black government.
                (Picture: swr.de)
             Intelligent video surveillance and source telecommunication monitoring also for general criminality: The state government of Baden-Wuerttemberg has presented a draft for a new police network, which is criticized by data protection authorities and judges.


        According to a law draft by the police, the Baden-Württemberg state government wants to allow the police to use "intelligent" video surveillance in the future – it will not be used more intensively. Stefan Brink, a data protection expert from Baden-Württemberg, is contradicting the ruling of the Federal Constitutional Court (1 BvR 518/02) on grid screening. According to this, automated operations could "add a hitherto unknown force" to conventional processes.
The statement of the state government, behavioral patterns such as movement sequences or group formation, would not be analyzed automatically by means of personal characteristics, considers Brink as "simply not comprehensible". The behavior of a person was one of the personal circumstances of a person – and the recognition of behavioral patterns was the goal of intelligent video surveillance.
"Intelligent video surveillanceBrink criticizes, above all, that citizens can not be sure which of their behaviors are interpreted as relevant by the police." Fast walking, for example at a stop, friendly shoulder tapping, the husband's underhand or harmless rages of young people can quickly "The results of this study are based on the assumption that the police are subject to police action." The only reason for this is that the behavior of the police, for example, must be accompanied by indications and pictograms which behaviors are considered to be relevant.
Brink also calls for intelligent video surveillance to be used only in the "spatial and content prerequisites" – the regional government only provides for a provisional limitation. Moreover, the system is only allowed to transmit and record the sequences of events which the system recognizes as being relevant to the police.
The Baden-Württemberg judiciary criticizes similarly. In his opinion, he notes that "the seller of a software does not think it is" smart ", and continues:" If it is not the impression that the current terrorist activities are to be used to expand police powers as a whole, urgent evidence of suitability should be given. "
State-runrojaners for general criminalityBaden-Württemberg's regional government also wants to introduce source telecommunication monitoring. This is, according to the Federal Constitutional Court, lawful if it serves exclusively the terrorism defense. In contrast to the BKA Act, the draft in Baden-Württemberg is not limited to the reasons why state-robots could be used in a personal injury. This, according to Brink, is clearly contrary to the principle of proportionality.
The data protectionist also notes that those concerned had no "sufficient opportunity" to have the interception measure judicially reviewed. Brink points out that those affected are currently being notified only exceptionally. The legislator had to change that.
In addition to the "limit of constitutionally feasible", the draft contains a few other explosive passages. Among other things, the police will be allowed to use explosive devices such as hand grenades. The Green Prime Minister, Winfried Kretschmann, had already acknowledged preventively against the Swabian newspaper: "We are going to the limit of what is constitutionally feasible." For Brink, it is clear that Kretschmann is risking two things: "He takes the final decision on security policy issues to the constitutional court and runs the risk of losing sight of the cause and purpose of the security novelty." Because none of the new safety instruments have so far proven their effectiveness.
Brink therefore calls for a parliamentary as well as judicial evaluation of these instruments in the current legislative period. The Judges' Association also concludes that the draft law lists funds "whose suitability for combating these threats is not documented". It also contains "formulations for the prerequisites for monitoring possibilities are formulated to be largely or inadequately precise."
 (Christiane Schulzki-Haddouti) /




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