Russian citizen won a case against surveillance in the European Court of Human Rights

rysiek rysiek at
Sat Dec 5 06:55:03 PST 2015

Dnia piątek, 4 grudnia 2015 15:43:18 juan pisze:
> On Fri, 04 Dec 2015 18:19:58 +0000
> Anton Nesterov <komachi at> wrote:
> > tl;dr Roman Zakharov, Russian journalist and activist, tried to sue
> > Russian government since 2003 for intercepting his mobile telephone
> > communications and the Russian laws on surveillance as
> > unconstitutional. He failed and then went to the European Court of
> > Human Rights,
> 	What about 'human rights' in europe? I understand europe is a
> 	police state like russia and virtually the rest of world?
> 	I mean, come on? A bunch of european high-ranking shitbags
> 	pointing their fingers at their russian criminal 'colleagues'?

So, do I understand correctly, that it would be better had the ECHR ruled 
otherwise? Or, what exactly is your problem with this bit of information?

Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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