Database of Legislation

Entry into Force Date:

2009-05-29
 

Original Text

138. (1) The national security agencies and investigating authorities may monitor, intercept and store communications, and the Authority, when exercising its powers conferred relating to frequency monitoring, or may otherwise intrude communication for surveillance purposes.

(2) If an alleged threat of murder or physical violence or blackmail occurs, the user or subscriber threatened may in writing authorize the investigating authority to intercept telephone conversations, other information and communications, e-mail messages and any other form of communications on his or her end terminal to investigate and to identify the persons involved in communications within the period of time set in the user's authorization.

(3) The Minister may determine that information and communications operators and service providers must implement the capability to allow authorized interception of communications.

(4) A determination under subsection (3), may specify the technical requirements for the capability to allow authorized interception of communications.

 

Details

Source:

http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/details.jsp?id=10478