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February 28, 2008

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Andreas Rauer

"And a judge has to approve it."

Sounds fine, but the "Richtervorbehalt" (judgmental caveat?) is in reality more to a fake than a real objection.

Most applications for phone tapping over here come with some sort of multiple choice questionaire and as a fact to the notorious work balance most judges seems to sign anything just to prevent even more paper on their desks...

At least as far as i know.

(Oh, and it's Axel Eble, not "Abel Eble" in your blogroll ;-) )

jsqrisk

Oh, right: Axel. Typo; fixed now.

At least in Germany you get review by a judge at all....

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