Poland has stirred a new wave of anti-government protests
hundreds of thousands of people in 38 cities took to the streets because they don't want to be defenseless objects of surveillance. So the demonstrators interpret changes in the police act. It allows without a court order to listen to phones, to track email and social networks. This is the fourth populous rally of discontent with the policies of the ruling party Jaroslaw Kaczynski's "Law and Justice" .