Smartphone and NSA winning Belgian Big Brother Awards




The smartphone and the U.S. Secret Service NSA have won a Belgian Big Brother Award for the most privacy violations. The Audience Award went to a former Attorney General who wanted to build a DNA database for babies.

The NSA will receive a lifetime achievement award for its’ continuous commitment to developing the control state “, so says the League for Human Rights, which the Big Brother Awards reaches out in Belgium. The prize was awarded to the smartphone, which the jury a spy in your pocket “is. The Big Brother Awards are awards for the most privacyschendende persons or institutions of the past year.

The Audience Award went to former Attorney General Yves Liegeois, who in November last year pleaded to take off DNA of all newborn babies years later, when the babies were grown to adults, found by matching the DNA criminals database.

The Big Brother Award is not only an award in Belgium, in the Netherlands issued Bits of Freedom, which rates each year. Last year he won the Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten prices, partly because of a plan to scan in order to collect fines. Badges on all roads


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