It was revealed that criminal organizations in Albania had set up an illegal surveillance network of hundreds of cameras in the streets in order to be aware of the police’s work.
And in Albania, the police dismantled hundreds of cameras placed by gangsters on the streets of the capital, Tirana, and several major cities, which were used to monitor the police and gather information for criminal purposes.
Albanian authorities say the country’s drug cartels employ thousands of families in the country to grow marijuana, and they also control their competitors with remote-controlled cameras.
Reports of Albanian police dismantling illegal cameras in the suburbs have also been reported in the media in the past weeks.
It is reported that the police have removed more than 500 cameras so far to crack down on the illegal surveillance network, which has also aroused public concern.
source: Balkan News
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