2001 Human Rights Report (Taiwan Part)

The authorities generally respected the human rights of citizens; however, there were problems in some areas. Principal problems included police abuse of detainees; prison overcrowding; allegations of judicial corruption; some infringements on citizens' privacy (although wiretaps, which were a problem in the past, are no longer abused); violence and discrimination against women; child prostitution and ...
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