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Allanea
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Privacy In Your Nation

Postby Allanea » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:34 am

The Allanean Foreign Ministry has forwarded the followin questionnaire to nations and institutions around the world in order to generate a privacy travel advisory for its citizens.

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[b]Does your nation have a governent?:[/b] (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy)
[b]Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?:[/b]
[b]Is there a right to privacy within the home?:[/b]
[b]Within one’s vehicle?:[/b]
[b]Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?:[/b]
[b]Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?:[/b]
[b]Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??:[/b]
[b]Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?:[/b]
[b]What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:[/b]
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
[b]What  level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:[/b]
[b]is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:[/b]
[b]Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:[/b]
[b]Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?:[/b]
[b]Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations?[/b]
[b]Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?:[/b]
[b]Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?:[/b]
[b]Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?:[/b]
[b]If yes, for how many years?:[/b]
[b]Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:[/b]
[b]Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:[/b]
[b]Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?:[/b]
[b]Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?:[/b]
[b]Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?:[/b]
[b]Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services):[/b]
[b]Are drug tests required in schools?:[/b]
[b]Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?:[/b]
[b]Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?:[/b]
[b]Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?[/b]
[b]Does your nation have  a national ID?[/b]
[b]Is an ID required to rent an apartment?[/b]
[b]An hotel room?[/b]
[b]To buy a car?[/b]
[b]To rent a car?[/b]
[b]To buy a plane or train ticket?[/b]
[b]To buy a firearm?[/b]
[b]To buy alcohol?[/b]
[b]To buy medication?[/b]
[b]To buy pets?[/b]
[b]To buy recreational drugs?[/b]
[b]Is your society a cashless society?[/b]
[b]Does your society have gun registration?[/b]
[b]Vehicle registration?[/b]
[b]Bicycle registration?[/b]
[b]Dog registration?[/b]
[b]Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?[/b]

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The Republic of American Freedom
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Postby The Republic of American Freedom » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:41 am

Does your nation have a governent?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy) Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: Apparent facts discovered through logical inquiry that would lead a reasonably intelligent and prudent person to believe that an accused person has committed a crime, thereby warranting his or her prosecution, or that a Cause of Action has accrued, justifying a civil lawsuit.
[X] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [X]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Sufficient
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Proof that they are illegal objects in the house.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: No
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?: N/A
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: It's all up to the administration.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? No
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? Yes
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? Yes, unless the individual is too sick to pay or show identification.
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? Yes
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? No
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes
Last edited by The Republic of American Freedom on Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:41 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Urmanian
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Postby Urmanian » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:46 am

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes, requires a warrant
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: Direct evidence of criminal activity as concluded by the investigation, or the subject's voluntary consent
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Better than even chance of criminal activity, may vary
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes (unless the vehicle is stolen by another party of course)
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? In the event where there is a large perceived threat to officer safety during the execution of the warrant (there is direct evidence of criminal activity and the suspect is heavily armed)
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: No
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?: No
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes - but they are not required by law, operated by private security contractors
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: What welfare?
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Depends on the school - this isn't mandated by law but schools as private establishments are free to install cameras if they wish
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? No
To rent a car? No
To buy a plane or train ticket? No
To buy a firearm? Yes - but only to prove age of consent, other documents can be presented as proof
To buy alcohol? Yes - but only to prove age of consent, other documents can be presented as proof
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? Yes - but only to prove age of consent, other documents can be presented as proof
Is your society a cashless society? We're working on it
Does your society have gun registration? No
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes
Last edited by Urmanian on Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:47 am, edited 1 time in total.

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The Soviet German Union
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Postby The Soviet German Union » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:46 am

Does your nation have a government?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy) Of course.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?:Yes.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?:Yes.
Within one’s vehicle?:Yes.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?:If they are innocent... Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?:No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??:Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?:Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:? What's probable cause...?
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:A crime-making-saying comment on reddit for example is enough.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?:No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?:Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?:... First you need to get one.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:Yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:... First you need to get one.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?:... sigh
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?:What's a keylog?
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations?What the f*ck are these words? Never heard of them.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?:Only at big places.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?:Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain client's internet use data?:No
If yes, for how many years?:
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:Yes. It's suggested.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:Yes.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?:... What are these words?!
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?:Yes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?:No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services):Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?:Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?:Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?:Only at the entrances.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?No
Does your nation have a national ID?Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment?Yes
An hotel room?Yes
To buy a car?Yes
To rent a car?Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket?Yes
To buy a firearm?Yes
To buy alcohol?Yes
To buy medication?No
To buy pets?No
To buy recreational drugs?They are illegal anyway.
Is your society a cashless society?Not yet.
Does your society have gun registration?Yes
Vehicle registration?Yes
Bicycle registration?No, because writing 31 million bikes (RP pop. of my country) is just plane stupid.
Dog registration?No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?No
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The Brand New Salvatagard Republic
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Postby The Brand New Salvatagard Republic » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:49 am

Does your nation have a governent?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy)yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?:yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?:yes
Within one’s vehicle?:yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?:no
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?:no
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??:no
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?:no
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:What do you mean?
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else. yes
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:yes
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?:yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?:yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?:no
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:no
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?:what do you mean?
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:no
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?:yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations?what do you mean?
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?:yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?:no
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?:yes
If yes, for how many years?:as long as they have the job
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:what do you mean?
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:no
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?:no
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?:yes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?:yes
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services):yes
Are drug tests required in schools?:yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?:yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?:yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?yes
Does your nation have a national ID?yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment?yes
An hotel room?yes
To buy a car?yes
To rent a car?yes
To buy a plane or train ticket?yes
To buy a firearm?yes
To buy alcohol?yes
To buy medication?no
To buy pets?no
To buy recreational drugs?no
Is your society a cashless society?no
Does your society have gun registration?yes
Vehicle registration?yes
Bicycle registration?yes
Dog registration?yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?no

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Nachfolgia
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Postby Nachfolgia » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:14 am

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: No
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: No
Within one’s vehicle?: No
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: No
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [x] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Very little. If the Reichspolizei ever suspects something doing on, they will drop the hammer on them.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes, in all situations.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: Since their in only one provider, the government, yes.
If yes, for how many years?: as long as needed.
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: No
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: Yes
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? Yes
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car?Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? Yes
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? Yes
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? Yes
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Yes
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? Yes
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No

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Kovruka
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Founded: Jan 13, 2016
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Postby Kovruka » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:22 am

Does your nation have a government?: Yes.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: To a certain extent.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Inhabitants of a home have their privacy secured from other citizens.
Within one’s vehicle?: Same as within the home.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Unless there is a proper reason/order (search of a fugitive criminal, for instance), the Urban Guard should not investigate a person's belongings.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime. [X]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present. [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Suspicious activity witnessed by urban sentinels, camera surveillance or reported by citizens.
Is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: There are no internet services in the Empire.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes, a citizen with suspicious conduct will be "targeted" by the Urban Guard and their phone calls analyzed.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Cellphones are not available in the Empire.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Cellphones are not available in the Empire.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Only the Urban Guard can track vehicles. Parents/Guardians must report any concern to the Guard for it to begin tracking.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: There is no internet in the Empire.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Computers are only available for administration/military centers, thus the Empire has full control over these devices.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Legal. Used in case of suspicious activities or search of persons or items.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes. Every street and every public building must have these systems.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: An urban sentinel must report to the HQ (via radio) of a suspicious individual and ask for authorization for surveillance.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: There is no internet in the Empire.
If yes, for how many years?:
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: In determinated places, yes.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Drugs are illegal in the Empire. Testing is done to enforce this law.
Are drug tests required in schools?: Same as avobe.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Same as avobe.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?: No.
Does your nation have a national ID?: Yes.
Is an ID required to rent an apartment?: Yes.
An hotel room?: Yes.
To buy a car?: Yes.
To rent a car?: There are no car rental services.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes.
To buy a firearm?: Weapons are not available for the public.
To buy alcohol? Alcohol is illegal.
To buy medication?: Yes.
To buy pets?: Yes.
To buy recreational drugs?: Drugs are illegal.
Is your society a cashless society?: Yes.
Does your society have gun registration? Weapons are not available for the public.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? No.
Dog registration? Yes.
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Illegal.
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Rejistania
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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Rejistania » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:52 am

Does your nation have a governent?: yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: yes
Within one’s vehicle?: yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: n/a (warrant required unless a crime/arrest is in progress)
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: n/a (warrant required unless a crime/arrest is in progress)
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: n/a (warrant required unless a crime/arrest is in progress)
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[x] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.

What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: While this differs between rekijos, there needs to be a specific trail of evidence leading to the person, residence or vehicle.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: legal
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? no
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: no
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: no
If yes, for how many years?: n/a
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: no
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: no
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: no (wtf‽)
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): no, except for certain positions like in law enforcement, justice and operation of heavy machinery
Are drug tests required in schools?: no
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: no
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: no
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? well, of course, radioschools work by having a video link to the teacher from the home of the pupil. Outside of class: no
Does your nation have a national ID? no
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? no
An hotel room? no, you will have to pay in cash though
To buy a car? no
To rent a car? many rental companies insist on it
To buy a plane or train ticket? not nationally, internationally, it will be required to have a passport at the time of boarding
To buy a firearm? yes
To buy alcohol? no
To buy medication? no
To buy pets? no
To buy recreational drugs? no
Is your society a cashless society? no
Does your society have gun registration? rekijonal
Vehicle registration? number plates are provided by the insurance companies as proof of insurance, while there is no central registry, cars can be identified via that.
Bicycle registration? no
Dog registration? no
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? yes
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"Tekneluru mi'aru mi aji, il'sidekhir'ra mi, lajistas. Mi'ki'vasu kynha'het kijitax." Hank͜hila Sede, first lentine (translation: A dream is only a dream until it is reached. After that, it becomes something trivial)

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This person is pro-EU and proud of it! They are also a Eurofederalist and want the Federated States of Europe!

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Maichuko
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1521
Founded: May 02, 2015
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Maichuko » Fri Feb 19, 2016 12:03 pm

Does your nation have a government?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy)Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?:Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?:Yes
Within one’s vehicle?:Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?:Not if their province/district is in rebellion against the empire.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?:yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??:yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?:yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:The possible intention to commit a crime
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:any
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?:yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?:yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?:no
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:no all vehicles are tracked.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?:yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:no
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?:yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations?no
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?:no
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?:no
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?:yes
If yes, for how many years?:6
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?:only in major public events
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?:sporting events yes malls no.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?:no
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services):yes
Are drug tests required in schools?:yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?:YES
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?:no
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?NO
Does your nation have a national ID?Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment?yes
An hotel room?no
To buy a car?no
To rent a car?yes
To buy a plane or train ticket?yes
To buy a firearm?yes
To buy alcohol?yes
To buy medication?yes
To buy pets?no
To buy recreational drugs?Those are illegal
Is your society a cashless society?no
Does your society have gun registration?yes
Vehicle registration?yes
Bicycle registration?no
Dog registration?no
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?No
Sometimes were in the world war 2 era, sometimes were in the modern day.
Question:Whats the Empire ever done for me?
Answer:What have you ever done for the Empire?
Long Live the Emperor of all Maichins! May he live 100 years!
(V)(;,,;)(V) woop woop woop woop

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Smara
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 114
Founded: Feb 05, 2016
Ex-Nation

Postby Smara » Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:32 pm

SMARA

Does your nation have a goverment?: Yes, dwindling now.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: There are no laws about privacy.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Of course there is.
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: As long as the person secures his belongs so that searchers and seizers overlook them.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes. Curiosity, necessity, scavenger hunts...
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: A reason.
[x] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [x]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [x] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:There are no search warrants, but permission is encouraged.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes, no law prohibiting that
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No, the computer was not hidden enough.
Are no-knock warrants legal? No.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No, there is no need.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No, but the internet browser does.
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes, but they are annoying
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Some do; most do not.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No, but some private employers administer drug tests for their own interest.
Are drug tests required in schools?: No, but some schools do for certain circumstances.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Depends on the welfare–most medicine welfare includes drug tests so people do not deactivate medicines by using certain drugs
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Most do not.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No; school is school, but monitoring students in school dormitories are allowed.
Does your nation have a national ID? No, but ID information helps
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Depends on owner, but helps
An hotel room? Helps
To buy a car? Helps
To rent a car? Helps
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? Helps
To buy alcohol? Yes, to identify the lunatics who drink yeast-byproducts, according to Smarans
To buy medication? Yes
To buy pets? Helps
To buy recreational drugs? Yes
Is your society a cashless society? No, but cash (Quartz Beads) are rarely used.
Does your society have gun registration? No
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No, but foreign spies commonly do this.

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Messeren
Envoy
 
Posts: 202
Founded: Mar 07, 2015
Ex-Nation

Postby Messeren » Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:15 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes.
Within one’s vehicle?: Speed cameras may suggest otherwise along with CCTV - Since you take your vehicle in a public place, no.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: No.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: Information obtained that leads to likelihood.
NOTE - THE FORMAT OF THIS QUESTION WAS COMPLETELY UNRECOGNISABLE AND HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM MY ANSWER
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: None.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes, only when the knocking or ringing of a doorbell may alert a potentially dangerous individual.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes.
Is it legal for police officers to observe* a person in public without a warrant?: Yes.
NOTE - THE FORMAT OF THIS QUESTION WAS COMPLETELY UNRECOGNISABLE AND HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM MY ANSWER
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: No,
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: Yes.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Sometimes.
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No.
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes.
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes.
An hotel room? No.
To buy a car? Yes.
To rent a car? Yes.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes.
To buy a firearm? Firearms are illegal.
To buy alcohol? Yes.
To buy medication? Yes.
To buy pets? Yes.
To buy recreational drugs? Recreational drugs are illegal.
Is your society a cashless society? No.
Does your society have gun registration? Guns are illegal, registration is pointless.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? No.
Dog registration? No.
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes.
{Messeren - Formerly known as Solitan}

{Nihilistic and Misanthropic}

{This nation does not use NS stats}

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The Nationalistic European Alliance
Attaché
 
Posts: 95
Founded: Jan 21, 2016
Ex-Nation

Postby The Nationalistic European Alliance » Fri Feb 19, 2016 3:31 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy)
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Ye
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: The Suspect is threatening the nations government and the citizens
[x] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [x]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [x] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Any
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes in any situations if the police think that it is necessary
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?:
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: No
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes but only on sporting events
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? Yes
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Plane yes; train no
To buy a firearm? Yes
To buy alcohol? The seller is allowed to ask for it
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? No
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Yes
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? Yes
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No
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Victorious Decepticons
Powerbroker
 
Posts: 8057
Founded: Sep 15, 2008
Father Knows Best State

Postby Victorious Decepticons » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:08 pm

Does your nation have a government?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: No
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: No
Within one’s vehicle?: Not technically, but it is...highly inadvisable...to mess with a Decepticon who's in his alt mode.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: The concept of "unreasonable" search doesn't exist, and the only thing that holds the government back is the possibility of uprisings if it's too obvious about sticking its nose into everything. Trying to jack stuff (seizure) is legal, but since that will result in agents getting blasted at, it's only done when there is some serious contraband - such as materials promoting rebellion - that we want to get completely out of circulation.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: No
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: [] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [X] Something else. If a person has been flagged by the Domestic Intelligence Supercomputer's Rebellion and Treason Semi-Heuristic Prediction Algorithm, it is enough to begin a full, but secret, investigation including searching everything belonging to the suspect.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: There are no warrants.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No...hey, what's a phone? Some obsolete thing?
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Not only no, but everyone's whereabouts is always tracked while within Empire territory.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: There are no police. Tracking is done by Domestic Intelligence. And, no.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No. This sort of tracking does not make use of the government's massive external surveillance network, but instead, would need pingers to be attached to the phone or person. This could jeopardize the life of the offspring by making it possible for enemies to pick up the pings and set up an ambush.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No, but who'd bother? It's better to just sniff at the ISP level.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? There are no warrants. Domestic Intelligence agents or Military personnel may barge in any time they believe that a target would otherwise respond by using his house as a fort from which to blast them.

We will note that despite the lack of a requirement for probable cause, we don't make use of that ability to just search people and stuff willy-nilly. There are just too many people here to allow for the amount of government funds it'd take to do random searches as a state policy. We simply don't want our findings to be taintable by petty technicalities. We do, however, perform ongoing, general, automatic surveillance of everything we can and feed the data in the Domestic Intelligence Supercomputer for analysis and the flagging up of potential rebel types. This includes communications surveillance.

Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Absolutely! What kind of dictatorship doesn't keep an eye out for dissenter scum?! Our cameras are almost all hidden in order to prevent people from stealing or shooting them, but it also makes it seem like there aren't any. This can lull rebels into doing stupid things and makes it easier for us to get 'em.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: There aren't any police. But Domestic Intelligence can and does surveil everyone at all times when they're in public.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: Yes
If yes, for how many years?: 3
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Definitely - but there is no encryption too strong for the DomIntel Supercomputer to break. That makes it so "strong encryption" just screws with foreign law enforcement, and since we want to screw with that, we strongly encourage our people to encrypt the heck out of everything.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Obsolete technologies are legal but strongly discouraged.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No. Not that our government is opposed to the idea, but it'd go over like a cake of lead.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Ha ha ha, we're made of metal! It'd be a cacophony! Also, it wouldn't do anything, so no.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: "Major" cities? Try every single settlement, even if it's one house on an otherwise-barren planet!
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No, we're robots; if we have drug residue on us, it's because we were selling the stuff. Also, we don't care if some biological is blitzed out of his mind or not. Stoned people are easier to scam, so if he is wasted, we probably gave him the dope - right before we offered him that sweet "lifetime employment" deal.
Are drug tests required in schools?: No. There are no schools, only educational data pack chips.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: There is no welfare.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: There are no schools, only educational data pack chips.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No schools...also, that very idea sounds horrible, so we wouldn't allow it even if we used regular schooling methods.
Does your nation have a national ID? No
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
A hotel room? No
To buy a car? There aren't any cars. We are our own transportation thanks to being Transformers!
To rent a car? There aren't any cars
To buy a plane or train ticket? No trains either. IF you can even find a cargo-bot willing to give you a ride, it's up to him and/or his employer as to whether you will have to register your engine vibration pattern (the only thing we have that approximates ID at the standard level).
To buy a firearm? No
To buy alcohol? No
To buy medication? You must register your engine pattern in order to get patches from the Debugging Center. This allows the Center to retrieve your records so they can cross-code for your other, already-existing, patches. Private Debuggers are all really hacking scum who will happily sell their own kind to the mines never ask any questions.
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? No
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Nooo
Vehicle registration? No
Bicycle registration? There aren't any bikes
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent a hotel room? Of course. Who cares who's renting just as long as they pay up?
No war RPs; no open RPs.

Explosive .50 cal shells vs. Decepticons: REAL, IRL PROOF the Decepticons would laugh at them - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeVTZlNQfPA
Newaswa wrote:What is the greatest threat to your nation?
Vallermoore wrote:The Victorious Decepticons.

Bluquse wrote:Imperialist, aggressive, and genociding aliens or interdimensional beings that would most likely slaughter or enslave us
rather than meet up to have a talk. :(

TurtleShroom wrote:Also, like any sane, civilized nation, we always consider the Victorious Decepticons a clear, present, and obvious threat we must respect, honor, and leave alone in all circumstances. Always fear the Victorious Decepticons.


The Huskar Social Union wrote: ... massive empires of genocidal machines.

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Gandoor
Powerbroker
 
Posts: 8833
Founded: Sep 23, 2008
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Gandoor » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:12 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[X] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Direct testimony from witnesses, footage from CCTV,
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or butt service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? No
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: In some locations, yes. (Although we admit that more often than not, they're non-functioning)
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: No
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?: N/A
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: No
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? Yes
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? Yes
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Yes
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No, although the law is often unenforced.
Flag is currently Cure Black and Cure White from Futari wa Pretty Cure with their voice actresses, Yōko Honna and Yukana.
I'm female.
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San Andreas Republic
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 140
Founded: Sep 22, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby San Andreas Republic » Fri Feb 19, 2016 10:18 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy) Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: No
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: If they look suspicious (ie. foreign, black, Muslims etc.) Yeah, we're racists.
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [X] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: A small bribe to the judge.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes, any situation.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?: N/A
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Sometimes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: No
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? No
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? No
To rent a car? No
To buy a plane or train ticket? No
To buy a firearm? No
To buy alcohol? No
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? No
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? No
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes
This nation is based off the setting of the videogame Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. So make as much GTA references as possible.
Beavers are actually extinct in San Andreas. We built our dams on top of theirs and dumped all our raw sewage into the rivers. It's why Los Santos was voted 2013 most polluted city (suck it Beijing!)
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Aikoland
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1344
Founded: Dec 22, 2011
Corporate Bordello

Postby Aikoland » Fri Feb 19, 2016 10:29 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: No
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: No
Within one’s vehicle?: No
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: No
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: There is no probable cause in our nation.
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Reports by witnesses.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:No
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes, all warrants in our nation are no-knock warrants.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: Yes
If yes, for how many years?: Indefinitely
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: No
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: Yes
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: We do not have welfare.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? Yes
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? Firearms are illegal for citizens to own
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? Yes
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? Yes (although all recreational drugs other than tobacco are illegal)
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Private firearm ownership is illegal
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? Yes
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No
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A small French-speaking nation located on a group of islands to the south of France. Primary territory of the nation consists of three main islands, the states as described in our national motto, along with smaller less populated islands surrounding them.
Official Nation Name: The Empire of Aikoland
Government Type: Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Head of State: Empress Élisabeth IV
Head of Government: Prime Minister Mélodie Bélanger
Population: 5.8 million
Official Language: French
Current Year: 2019

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Lioniel
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Posts: 166
Founded: Oct 02, 2014
Corrupt Dictatorship

Postby Lioniel » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:06 pm

Does your nation have a governent?:Yes (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy)
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?:YES
Is there a right to privacy within the home?:YES
Within one’s vehicle?:YES
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?:YES
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?:NO
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??:YES
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?:YES
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [X]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?:CCTV Footage, Police Investigation must show probable cause that a crime was committed and that items connected to the crime are likely to be found
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?:YES
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?:YES Requires Judiciary Order
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?:YES
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:YES
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:YES
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?NO:
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?:YES
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?:NO
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations?YES only applies when evidence is at risk and/or the perceived threat of the officer is likely to happen
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?:Only in City/Town/Village Centers and at Industrial Centers
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?YES if said person is an accomplice,an accessory to the crime or is labeled as most wanted:
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?:YES
If yes, for how many years?:5
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?:YES
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?:YES
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?:Only in major events,or if officer is in a High-Risk Area
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?:YES
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?:NO
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services):YES
Are drug tests required in schools?:NO
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?:YES
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?:Only if said School has a horrible record in maintaining order
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes?NO
Does your nation have a national ID?YES
Is an ID required to rent an apartment?YES
An hotel room?NO
To buy a car?NO
To rent a car?NO
To buy a plane or train ticket?NO
To buy a firearm?YES
To buy alcohol?NO
To buy medication?NO
To buy pets?NO
To buy recreational drugs?NO(Illegal, OP Do you mean hard or soft drugs?)
Is your society a cashless society?NO
Does your society have gun registration?YES
Vehicle registration?YES
Bicycle registration?NO
Dog registration?YES
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?NO
My Nation may or may not reflect my personal views.
Economic Left/Right: -1.63
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.23
I support high tax rates, do you?
Only losers would love their country. Populism is an imbecilic belief that the commoner knows better than the intellectual.
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Central Strategic Alliance Treaty
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Posts: 666
Founded: Nov 07, 2015
Ex-Nation

Postby Central Strategic Alliance Treaty » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:18 pm

What's a 'privacy'?

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: No.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: No.
Within one’s vehicle?: No.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: No.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: No.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: A reasonable piece of evidence indicating that one might be involved in illegal activity.
Direct knowledge of ongoing crime 51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? No.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: s Mildly suspicious activity at a minimum.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes, in all situations where evidence of a crime is present.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes, everywhere. Private companies help cover the manufacturing and operation as well.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: Yes.
If yes, for how many years?: Indefinitely.
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: No.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No, and attempting to use one gets you a month-long trip to a reeducation center.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: Yes.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes.
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? Yes.
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes.
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes.
An hotel room? Yes.
To buy a car? Yes.
To rent a car? Yes.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes.
To buy a firearm? Yes.
To buy alcohol? Alcohol is illegal.
To buy medication? Yes.
To buy pets? Yes.
To buy recreational drugs? Recreational drugs are illegal.
Is your society a cashless society? No.
Does your society have gun registration? Yes.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? Yes.
Dog registration? Yes.
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Nope. Massive fines and increased police surveillance if attempted.
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For: Conservatism, United States, Russia, Republican Party, China, Singapore, Capitalism, Authoritarianism, Militarism, the Right-Wing, Nationalism, decency, militarization of the police

Against: Liberalism, Socialism, Communism, National Socialism, any kind of left wing, people who claim gender and sex are different, racism, abortion, sexism, feminism, drug legalization, Democratic Party, Nordic Model, Anarchism, anti-theism, SJWs

This nation uses NS stats, unless I state otherwise.

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Caelestiam
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Posts: 855
Founded: Dec 12, 2015
Ex-Nation

Postby Caelestiam » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:44 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Monarchy. Yes.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes.
Within one’s vehicle?: In most cases yes. No in-vehicle surveillance, but if in close proximity to a government office, they may be watched from outside.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: No. Public Transport Security gets to do the usual.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: Being a person of interest or probable suspect in a crime investigation. Detection of an anomaly by bystanders, animals, machinery, etc. If you scream "I am super fucking suspicious" or if an official investigation involves you, it's better safe than sorry.
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [X] Something else. (Being a person of interest or probable suspect in a crime investigation. Detection of an anomaly by bystanders, animals, machinery, etc. If you scream "I am super fucking suspicious" or if an official investigation involves you, it's better safe than sorry.)
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Elevation from PoI to suspect in a criminal investigation is the first prerequisite. To actually provoke the issuing of a search warrant, investigators must produce at least one testimony against the suspect, CSI/Forensic evidence recovered at the crime scene, and permission from the city Maior or provincial Sheiku.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes. This falls under grey-hat hacking.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes. If suspect is known not to be home (is away from home on business or pleasure, or has fled to avoid law), if hostages are believed to be present, the element of surprise is necessary, or if a bomb is believed to be present. Waste no time on bullshit niceties.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Only in areas operated by the government. Like offices, military bases, laboratories, museums and cultural centers, state-owned company buildings (as rare as they are), and the exterior of some religious buildings.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Read above.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No. Police, military, and SHINOBI want no business with whatever animated porn or unusual internet fetishes a Caelestian may view. Though, if necessary, SHINOBI can pressure a provider into retaining data on specific users if they are suspected of patronizing live action pornography or illegal activities and interests.
If yes, for how many years?: n0
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Define "strong." Able to keep out black hat hackers and some grey hats? Yes. But if that encryption can cause a problem for SHINOBI, then somebody has got something to hide, and some 'splainin to doooo.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No. This is one of the worst cyber crimes that could be committed here. Nothing good comes of it. Child pr0n, drug smuggling, weapons smuggling, hiring of hitmen, the kidnapping of innocents for livestreamed rape-n-snuff porn... SHINOBI is fucking ruthless with TOR users, and have actually managed to become a threat to the Darknet. Freaks and monsters who think that they know the dark. SHINOBI was born in it. Molded by it.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Never heard of it.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Yes. Caelestiam has tons and tons of old treasure like classical Chrysoes, old weapons and armor... The Ministries of Education and Culture pay more than handsomely for any artifacts that they will verify for free.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes.
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: YES.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: As these are state operated by the Ministry of Education, yes.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? ...no. Why the hell would we let that happen?
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes.
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes.
An hotel room? No.
To buy a car? Yes.
To rent a car? Yes.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes.
To buy a firearm? Yes.
To buy alcohol? Yes.
To buy medication? Yes.
To buy pets? No.
To buy recreational drugs? Illegal anyways.
Is your society a cashless society? No. Chrysoes come in traditional coin form and in modern banknote form.
Does your society have gun registration? Yes, but only to verify that yes, a person bought a gun. There is little gun control in Caelestiam beyond background checks and psychological exams. Ballistic weapons of any type excluding LMGs are permitted. Trimolecular Blades are accepted without restriction and in fact are more common as they are said to be "cheaper, more personal, long lasting, and gentlemanly." So yes. People DO carry katanas on the train.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? No.
Dog registration? No.
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No, unless a government employee such as a SHINOBI agent.
I do NOT use NS STATS. Please refer to my factbooks here: http://www.nationstates.net/nation=caelestiam/detail=factbook for information.
A Modern Fantasy slight PMT Nation founded in 1255 AD, today still run by a monarchy and an appointed Council. Humans, Elves, Dwarves, and Beastfolk in modern Central Asia, around a terraformed Caspian Sea. Traditional, sensible, classical liberal.

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Chinese Peoples
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Posts: 2666
Founded: Dec 28, 2013
Ex-Nation

Postby Chinese Peoples » Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:54 pm

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes.
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes.
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No searches without warrants. Saves policemen effort.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant?: No searches without warrants. Saves policemen effort.
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: No searches without warrants. Saves policemen effort.
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?: No searches without warrants. Saves policemen effort.
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Probable cause must be shown for warrant to be granted.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No: because cellular phones transmit in set frequencies in open air, privacy through it is not protected.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No.
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No, provided that tracking does not access local data.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Yes: when the proprietor or current occupier is out.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No. They're entirely too expensive to install widely.
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes. They're in public, after all; they can be surveilled by anybody.
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No.
If yes, for how many years?:
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes, as strong as they like.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: In certain places, yes. In others, no. In all cases, officers are permitted to pat-down a person, but not allowed to insert their hands into any pocket or "concealed place" on the subject's clothing or personal item. Thus, searching an open bag is allowed, but a closed bag isn't.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: They are installed at the event organizer's expense.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No.
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No.
Are drug tests required in schools?: No.
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: No.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Some.
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No.
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes, and a provincial ID, and a county ID, and a township ID... all manner of government agencies issue and require their own IDs, which makes the national ID rather useless. A person can expect to have more than 30 IDs in their wallets regularly, with perhaps upwards of 100 for rarely required IDs at home.
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Depends on the agreement between the landlord and the renter.
An hotel room? Yes.
To buy a car? Yes.
To rent a car? Yes.
To buy a plane or train ticket? No.
To buy a firearm? Firearms are only bought from government sources and with government permits.
To buy alcohol? No.
To buy medication? No.
To buy pets? No.
To buy recreational drugs? No.
Is your society a cashless society? No.
Does your society have gun registration? Yes... and bullet registration. Each individual bullet is registered, and once fired must be declared within forty days, with casing retrieved if possible. There is a steep registration fee for both bullets and guns.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? Yes.
Dog registration? Yes.
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes — but then the hotel has no obligation to admit the real guest.
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Mindhar
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Posts: 648
Founded: Jan 22, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Mindhar » Sat Feb 20, 2016 4:59 am

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes.
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: No. There are no laws recognising the right to privacy, and legal precedent has usually come down against it.
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: There is no legal concept of unreasonable search and seizure in terms of government activity: essentially the Noble House you're loyal to has full rights over your personal property. There is a certain legal expectation of privacy from other citizens, but in practice privacy is almost nonexistent, particularly outside the cities (where houses often don't have doors and everyone knows everything about everyone)
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle/belongings/home without a warrant?: No. There is no legal concept of probable cause—searches take place at the discretion of the House and its representatives and may occur for any reason.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Search warrants are essentially a rubber stamp when they are used—which is pretty much exclusively against powerful political enemies, e.g. a nobleman from a different House or someone else with influence over the judiciary.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account, listen in on a person's phone or mobile calls, track a person's vehicle or mobile, or track online activites?: No
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Due to low rates of computer usage and most Mindhari police officers anyway having no idea how to do that, there's currently no legal precedent, but it's likely that a warrant wouldn't be required
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? All warrants are presumed to be no-knock.
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes, but due to lack of funds, they tend to be limited to the wealthiest areas
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: Yes
If yes, for how many years?: Indefinitely in theory, in practice most of them quietly discard it after five years or so because data storage is expensive
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption, or secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies??: No, but due to the lack of a strong cyber-crimes division and low technological competence on the part of authorities, many of them manage to anyway (VPNs are particularly common)
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: No
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: Yes, in some places
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No, although many employers choose to require them
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: The state does not offer any kind of welfare or assistance programme. Most temples require drug tests as the illegality of most drugs could result in their official censure by the House of Severin.
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: The better-quality ones usually are
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No; rarely if ever would they need to, as the activities of students within their homes are generally known to their parents, siblings and the rest of the neighbourhood. Police officers are allowed to do so, of course.
Does your nation have a national ID? No, but it does have loyalty tattoos (which are displayed prominently on the forehead). Due to strong cultural norms which border on superstition, faking a loyalty tattoo is almost impossible as most tattoo parlours will flat out refuse (only a few dedicated officers of your chosen House can provide them, generally at the time you swear your fealty). Those without tattoos are marked as unaligned or slaves, and are turned away from most jobs and many shops.
Is a loyalty tattoo required to rent an apartment? By cultural norms? Yes.
An hotel room? No, but you'll get better service if you have one.
To buy a car? Yes.
To rent a car? Yes.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Usually.
To buy a firearm? Yes.
To buy alcohol? Most of the time.
To buy medication? Yes.
To buy pets? Yes (well buying pets is incredibly rare in Mindhar. Animals, in the opinion of most Mindhari, are meant to serve a purpose. Most of the time, therefore, what you'll be buying is a chicken or a goat or a horse or something else that can provide food/materials/work, but still)
To buy recreational drugs? Recreational drugs cannot be legally purchased in Mindhar at all.
Is your society a cashless society? No, cash is far more common than any other method of exchanging currency.
Does your society have gun registration? No.
Vehicle registration? Yes, with your House
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No. Dogs are uncommon as pets, mostly used as working animals; although for some reason, the cities of Salvastria, Ashúr and Aln Dibran have endemic and apparently ancient stray dog (and cat) populations
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? Yes; hotels aren't picky

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Fascesia
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Posts: 137
Founded: Nov 02, 2013
Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Fascesia » Sat Feb 20, 2016 5:19 am

Does your nation have a governent?: (stick around if it doesn’t - anarchies can still have privacy) Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Well, partially
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Same as above
Within one’s vehicle?: No?
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Mostly, yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [x]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: If the armed police think you are suspicious they'll storm your house
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Actually Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: No
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? No
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Only in cities with over 2 million people
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?:-
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: Only in cities with over 2 million people
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No, nobody cares what you're doing during your free time
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes, but only hard drugs are tested for
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: No
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? Yes
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? No
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? You can't buy firearms as a civilian
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? No (What kind of question is that?)
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? Yes
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No, but it's rarely controlled
Although the flag looks nazi, Fascesia and I aren't nazi
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Reiayanamiland
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Posts: 76
Founded: Sep 05, 2011
Democratic Socialists

Postby Reiayanamiland » Sat Feb 20, 2016 5:24 am

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[ X ] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Verifiable witness testimony
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: Yes
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? No
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: Yes
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: No
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?: N/A
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: No
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): Yes
Are drug tests required in schools?: Yes
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: Yes
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Yes
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? Yes
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? Yes
An hotel room? Yes
To buy a car? Yes
To rent a car? Yes
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes
To buy a firearm? N/A, firearms are banned
To buy alcohol? Yes
To buy medication? Yes
To buy pets? Yes
To buy recreational drugs? Yes
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? N/A, firearms are banned
Vehicle registration? Yes
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? Yes
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No
The Reipublic of Reiayanamiland
Population: 20,000,000 clones of Rei Ayanami + around 350,000 foreigners
Government: Single-party republic
Official Religion: Reiism
Year: 2386
Tech Level: Late-PMT, early-FT
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Posts: 23453
Founded: Antiquity
Capitalist Paradise

Postby Allanea » Sat Feb 20, 2016 6:43 am

Does your nation have a government?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[x] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime [x]51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [] Something else.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Probable cause
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: Yes
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?:[/b Yes]
[b]Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?:
Yes
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track their cellphone or vehicle without their consent?: Only if they are the legal owner of said phone or vehicle.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: Yes
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: Yes
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? Only during an ongoing violent situation
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: No
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No
If yes, for how many years?:
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Yes
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: Yes
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: No
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: No
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: No, welfare is being gradually abolished
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: Not normally
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? No
Does your nation have a national ID? No
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? No
To rent a car? No
To buy a plane or train ticket? No
To buy a firearm? Yes [but no record may be kept]
To buy alcohol? No
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? No
Is your society a cashless society? No
Does your society have gun registration? No
Vehicle registration? No, but insurance companies usually require private registration
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room?Yes
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Iron Fist Consumerists

Postby Nortainland » Sat Feb 20, 2016 7:22 am

Does your nation have a governent?: Yes
Do your laws recognize, either by law or legal precedent, a right to privacy?: Yes
Is there a right to privacy within the home?: Yes
Within one’s vehicle?: Yes
Are a person’s personal belongings secure from unreasonable search and seizure?: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s vehicle without a warrant?: No
Is probable cause required to search a person’s belongings without a warrant??: Yes
Is probable cause required to search a person’s home without a warrant?: Yes
What is the definition of probable cause in your nation?:
[] Direct knowledge of ongoing crime []51% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present? [X] Something else.
50% or higher likelihood that evidence of crime is present.
What level of proof is required to get a search warrant?: Strong evidence.
is a warrant required to access a person’s email or cloud service account?: No such services.
Is a warrant required to listen in on a person’s phone calls?: No
Is a warrant required to listen in on cellphone calls?: No such service.
Is a warrant required to track the location of a person’s vehicle?: No; the use of eyes is not prohibited
Is a warrant required for the police to track a person’s cellphone?: No such service.
Is it legal for a person’s parent or guardian to track his cellphone or vehicle without his consent?: 'Cellphones' are unknown. It is also not illegal to use one's eyes or to enlist the help of multiple thereof in order to track vehicles.
Is a warrant required to track a person’s online activities?: No such service.
Is a warrant required to install keyloggers or other equipment on a person’s computer?: No such service.
Are no-knock warrants legal? If yes, in what situations? No
Are there state-operated CCTV systems monitoring common people in public?: No such service
Is it legal for police officers to surveil a person in public without a warrant?: Yes
Are Internet providers required to retain clients’ internet use data?: No such service
If yes, for how many years?: N/A
Are citizens allowed to use strong encryption?: Letters and telegrams bearing textual messages must be in a human-readable language.
Are citizens allowed to use secure networking measures such as TOR or similar technologies?: No such service.
Are stop-and-frisk procedures legal?: Yes, given reasonable circumstances.
Are there metal detectors at the entrances of shopping malls and sporting events in your nation?: No such place as a 'shopping mall', and sporting events are not generally monitored.
Are there state-operated microphone systems in the streets of your nation’s major cities?: No
Are drug tests required by law or regulation for regular employment in your nation? (not work in the spy services): No
Are drug tests required in schools?: No
Are drug tests required for receiving welfare?: No
Are schools equipped with CCTV cameras?: No
Are schools permitted to monitor students within their own homes? Yes, with consent, although this would be prohibitively expensive.
Does your nation have a national ID? No
Is an ID required to rent an apartment? No
An hotel room? No
To buy a car? No
To rent a car? Probably.
To buy a plane or train ticket? Yes for the former, no for the latter
To buy a firearm? Yes
To buy alcohol? No
To buy medication? No
To buy pets? No
To buy recreational drugs? No such thing.
Is your society a cashless society? No; cheques are most impractical for purchasing small quantities of items.
Does your society have gun registration? Users of firearms must hold a licence.
Vehicle registration? Yes.
Bicycle registration? No
Dog registration? No
Is it legal in your society to use a fake name to rent an hotel room? No

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