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State Communications Surveillance and the Protection of Fundamental Rights in Chile

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July - In terms of the law, Chile acknowledges the importance of privacy and freedom of expression free from surveillance. That principle is written into the Constitution, interpretations by Constitutional courts, and laws ranging from telecommunications regulations to police surveillance procedures. However, due to the limited transparency and civilian oversight in the country, there are areas where those rights may not be properly protected. This paper analyzes Chilean law and practices with respect to the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance created by legal experts worldwide, which explain how States can respect international human rights obligations in the context of communication surveillance. For the most part Chile's laws reflect the Legality Principle. Similarly, the Principles of Due Process and Competent Judicial Authority appear to be mostly met, at least according to the law as written.

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