Elektroninės žvalgybos teisinis reguliavimas užsienio valstybėse.
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Among various measures used by public special services the electronic intelligence is a very specific method for obtaining information. On the one hand, this is a valuable and even essential measure in fighting against crimes and on the other hand, however, being not that evident this is one of the measures limiting human rights. The article covers legal regulation of electronic intelligence in foreign countries and provides the historic development of the regulation. The article overlooks legal acts on electronic intelligence of 10 foreign countries, including wire–tapping. The issues analyzed in the article are directly related with the limiting of human rights, therefore, in these cases relevant legal regulation is very important in order to protect constitutional rights of an individual. The article summarizes the international experience and provides conclusions related with the improvement of the appropriate legal acts.
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