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2021-10-27T15:14:19.752Z

Absurd: Despite the existence of the cameras in the stands, violent fans cannot be convicted due to the Privacy Protection Act. The director general spoke in the Knesset



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The principal is working to repeal the law that protects rioters in plots

Absurd: Despite the existence of the cameras in the stands, violent fans cannot be convicted due to the Privacy Protection Act.

The director general spoke in the Knesset

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Yaniv Tuchman

Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 5:29 p.m.

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The director of the football leagues is initiating the cessation of legal protection given to rioters in the stands who are currently enjoying the fact that they cannot be convicted using facial recognition cameras spread out on the pitches.

One of the great absurdities that is taking place is that violent fans cannot be convicted using the cameras in stadiums under the Privacy Protection Act.



As an example, a fan caught on camera in Bloomfield throwing a torch onto the pitch will not be prosecuted based on the video footage of security cameras in stadiums due to the Privacy Protection Act.

The Football Leagues Administration intends to do everything possible to change this protection received by rioters on the pitches claiming that normative people sitting in the stands do not oppose their photography unless they are criminals and rioters and therefore should not be protected by the existing Privacy Protection Act.

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The director general of the football leagues, Nicholas Lev, spoke about this this morning in a committee convened in the Knesset, and on Monday a meeting will be held between the heads of the Ministries of Homeland Security, Justice and Culture and Sports to begin initiating changes and new regulations to eradicate violence.

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