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Rotaru v. Romania

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Romanian law did not indicate with reasonable clarity the scope and manner of exercise of the discretion conferred on the intelligence service in gathering, keeping and using information on a person's private life. It was not possible to challenge the holding, by the Romanian intelligence services, of information on a person's private life or to refute the truth of such information. Romanian Court of Appeal had failed to consider claim which fell within the terms of domestic law.

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2000-05-01
2016-09-26

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