Dec 022014
 
 December 2, 2014  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Elizabeth Cheung reports:

Legislation governing covert surveillance by four law enforcement agencies will come under a lawmakers’ review early next year as a report released by a retired High Court judge found “irregularities” in their spying activities.

In one case, an officer who applied for a court warrant to carry out interception and surveillance failed to include an assessment of whether the snooping was likely to obtain journalistic material or that protected by legal professional privilege, the report said.

Read more on South China Morning Post.

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