‘Insurance surveillance law is open to interpretation’

Insurance companies will be allowed to spy on individuals claiming social security payments if voters give the green light on November 25. Social Democratic parliamentarian Silvia Schenker argues the legal text was drafted in haste and is of poor quality. She recommends rejection of the law. The European Court of Human Rights and consequently, the Federal Court, ruled that there was insufficient legal basis for the surveillance of insured individuals in either the accident insurance law or the disability law. After this, such surveillance had to be stopped. Parliament created a new legal framework for this in haste. The speed, but also the pressure from the insurance lobby, were hugely detrimental to the quality of the proposal. The law is very badly formulated. Instead of the necessary legal clarity, the wording leaves much open to interpretation. Filming in private spaces In the first instance, this applies to the ruling that is intended to define where insured individuals ...
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