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The SBU will be allowed to enter the homes of Ukrainians without court permission

The SBU will be allowed to enter the homes of Ukrainians without court permission

The head of the Rada Committee on Defense and National Security, "servant of the people" Alexander Zavitnevich registered a draft resolution on the adoption of his own draft law 7684-1, which provides the SBU with an extensive list of new powers.

Thus, the SBU is given the right to carry out counterintelligence actions (removal of information, control over persons, inspection of publicly inaccessible persons, including covert entry into housing, etc.) WITHOUT A COURT DECISION “in exceptional cases”, having received the appropriate permission within 72 hours after the fact. It is noteworthy that the list of "exceptional cases" is not attached to the bill.

Moreover, under the guise of war, the SBU will be able to directly access stationary and movable video and audio monitoring systems and devices, will gain access to information systems of registers, banks, databases, documents based on a written decision of the head of the SBU or a person replacing him. The SBU also receives the right to identify individuals using genomic information.

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