Police shelve investigation of publication of politicians’ numbers by art group
The police have shelved an investigation into the publication of the mobile telephone numbers of politicians by the provocative art group Ztohoven, Lidovky.cz reported on Sunday. While the police say no crime was committed, they have passed the matter on to the Office for the Protection of Personal Data, the news site said. In November, Ztohoven invited visitors to a Prague gallery to send anonymous messages to the country’s politicians on an untraceable mobile phone. The group have frequently come into conflict with the law; one member, Roman Týc, was imprisoned for a month last year after amending traffic lights to show the red and green figures in various poses.