Georgia: Controversy Swirls Over State’s Use of Informants at University

Students at Tbilisi State Medical University listen to a lecture by a visiting professor in mid-December 2015. Georgia’s security service claims that no informants have been dispatched to public universities since parliament overhauled the intelligence system last August. (Photo: Tbilisi State Medical University)

A claim that Georgian authorities snooped on students at the country’s oldest and most prestigious higher educational institution is stirring controversy over the depth of the government’s commitment to citizens’ right to privacy. 
 

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Georgia: Controversy Swirls Over State’s Use of Informants at University

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