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Lower Saxony: Red-Black wants state Trojans, gigabit network and free Wi-Fi

Friday, November 17th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

          
    
    
    The old and new Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD) and his new cabinet colleague Bernd Althusmann (CDU), who takes over the economic department.
                
                
                (Image: CDU Lower Saxony)
                
            
             In their coalition agreement, the SPD and CDU in Lower Saxony have agreed on a one-billion-euro "digitalization master plan" for a "fiber-optic broadband infrastructure". They want to expand the surveillance.
            

        

        Significantly less of a source of conflict than the Jamaican probationers at federal level had to clear the SPD and CDU in Lower Saxony in their talks on the way to a red-black coalition out of the way. For example, Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD) and CDU Chairman Bernd Althusmann were able to present their coalition agreement on Thursday just four weeks after the election in mid-October. The planned new government therefore wants to let one billion euros by 2022 for a "master plan digitization" jump. Among other things, the money is to be channeled into a "nationwide expansion with fiber-optic broadband infrastructure".
Gigabit by 2025The big coalition in Hanover has set itself the goal of "enabling transmission speeds of more than one Gbit / s throughout the entire state territory by 2025 at the latest". The "complementary availability of Wi-Fi and modern 4G / 5G mobile radio" she explains to a "question of general interest". In this sense, free hotspots "in public buildings and public space" sprout. The responsibilities "for economy, work, traffic and digitization" are bundled in a "super-ministry", which according to the agreements will guide Althusmann.
Red-Black was quick to agree on domestic policy, where it should be noticeably upgraded. "We provide for a strong staff growth and a significantly improved equipment of the police," it says in the paper. The "Law for Public Safety and Order" want to revise the coalition and thereby give federal model investigators a largely license to use State Trojans: Corresponding powers are provided for the source telecommunications surveillance for listening to such Skype, WhatsApp and other messengers and for the still continue to penetrate IT systems secret online searches.
More surveillanceAt the same time as in the federal government, at the state level, the monitoring of the stay should be possible with the help of the electronic ankle bracelet, although in one case it has not proven to be particularly useful. Red-Schwarz therefore continues: "We want to create a legal basis for preventive detention for perpetrators," the agreement states. "Registration requirements, contact prohibitions and residence requirements" are also part of the outlined police instruments.
Minister of the Interior Boris Pistorius (SPD) rushed ahead under the protests of privacy advocates already during the purchase of Bodycams for order guards. Now soon a clause in the police law to follow, in order to allow a "legally secure image and sound recording". Planned is also a purely pictorial "video recording in detention cells" and "targeted video surveillance at crime centers". An additional biometric face recognition see SPD and CDU as "conceivable means for Lower Saxony". But here they want to first "evaluate and test" the results of the controversial relevant pilot project in Berlin.
Predictive policing Predictive Policing, which uses case data to calculate the likelihood of future crime and to control the use of police forces, is also on the red-black expansion list when an ongoing pilot project gives the green light. Investigators should generally have "modern software" at their disposal to guarantee, above all, "the digital evaluation and constant availability of the collected data". All patrol cars want to know the coalition equipped with tablet computers.
In terms of electromobility, the SPD and the CDU want to make Lower Saxony "the leader among the federal states". Up to ten percent of the newly procured vehicles in the country-owned vehicle fleet should be equipped with low-emission drive systems. In order to exploit the opportunities offered by autonomous vehicles in passenger and freight transport, the document says that new concepts for supply logistics are needed. The test field for robotic vehicles of the country, which is ready for use in 2018, wants to promote and expand Rot-Schwarz and to test further projects of this kind.
The government also promises to introduce the draft of an IT security and e-government law into the state parliament in the first half of 2018. It aims above all at the expansion of the citizen portal of the country. When it comes to "networked schools", the SPD and the CDU are relying above all on the planned "digital pact" of the federal and state governments. The topic of data protection appears on the almost 140 pages only marginally, open source not at all. An "Information and Transparency Law" should only be decided after evaluations of the experiences of other federal states.
 (Stefan Krempl) /

(Vbr)

      

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