Police on Kazzaa
After the news went public, the Dutch Justice immediately threatened to sue GeenStijl if they would do any citations out of the 'confidential' files. Because GeenStijl does not want to go to jail, they only told us that the report is 75 pages long and describes an international human trafficking gang in detail. Describes hundreds of recorded phone conversations. Lots of people are being shadowed and SMS traffic is monitored. Also the report contains lists of phone numbers and addresses of suspects and policeman. Even informants are described in the report.
It's not the first incident of this kind, last year the prosecutor Tonino, put his computer on the sidewalk, waiting to be collected by the waste collection. But a taxi driver took it home and gave it to a known crime TV show. The hard disk was full of confidential material. That same week an other blogger hacked the mailbox of Toninio, the blogger was immediately arrested. Over these incidents justice Minister Donner had to answer questions in parliament. Where Donner said, he had send new guidelines to the police. The guidelines described new procedures for computer security. It also explicitly forbid taking confidential material home.
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