Aug 222013
 August 22, 2013  Posted by  Court, Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Laura Smith-Spark, Andrew Carey and Mick Krever of CNN report:

David Miranda, the partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, won a partial victory in his legal action against the Metropolitan Police Thursday, but the judge left a loophole that allows the police to continue investigating the materials they seized from him on Sunday.

The High Court order says that the inspection, copying, disclosure, transfer and distribution of materials seized must cease save for the purpose of protecting national security and for the purpose of investigating whether the claimant is a person who is, or has been, connected with terrorism.

Jonathan Laidlaw, a lawyer representing the Metropolitan Police, told the court a criminal investigation has been launched following inspection of the material seized from Miranda.

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