The Iraqi Consitution Protects Against Wiretapping…

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Foreign Policy, The War On Terrorism

Yes, even with strict Islamic law, they still protect against unwarranted intrusion. I wonder if it’ll all go out of the window if they wage a “war on terrorism”.

From the document….

The freedom of communication, and mail, telegraphic, electronic, and telephonic correspondence, and other correspondence shall be guaranteed and may not be monitored, wiretapped or disclosed except for legal and security necessity and by a judicial decision.

Yeah, that would be nice.

(h /t: Balkinization)

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One Response to “The Iraqi Consitution Protects Against Wiretapping…”

  1. papi riyo Says:

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