Senior Fellow David Werdermann and his organization Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte (GFF) are pursuing a constitutional appeal against the reform of the Saxon police law. This reform allows police officers to monitor people before they commit any crime. As the process coordinator of the association, he spoke about the lawsuit that GFF filed against the Saxon Police Act. He explains how the data collection and surveillance measures allowed by the law are an overreach of state powers. With current police laws, “practically every person can be a victim of deep encroachments on fundamental rights.”
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