Public prosecutor to stop publishing witness photographs
Tuesday 20 November 2012
The public prosecution department has agreed to stop publishing photographs of witnesses to crimes online in the hope of tracking them down, the NRC said on Tuesday.
The national privacy watchdog CBP told the justice ministry there are 'extremely large' risks associated with publishing the photographs.
In addition, placing pictures of people online who have no control over the publication can affect their personal lives, the privacy watchdog said.
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