National Security and Human Rights Conference Serbia
On 22 May 2013 the International Security Institute (ISI) organized a conference on “National Security & Human Rights” in cooperation with the Centre for European Security Studies. When it comes to fighting organized crime and corruption, surveillance and recording as means to collect data appear as inevitable measures and often play a key role in finding evidence, according to the keynote speaker. With the expansion and intensification of the fight against organized crime and corruption in Serbia, there is a need for a comprehensive analysis of the state bodies carrying out the surveillance and recording.
Representatives from security services, from research institutions in the field of security and human rights, as well as lawyers and scientists were participating in a fruitful debate about the use of different means in fighting organized crime and corruption.
Key issues that were debated:
- (Mis)use of collected data
- Privacy and public safety