Jan 222015
 
 January 22, 2015  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Thomas Fox-Brewster reports:

Human rights and privacy activists have flagged an ostensibly sneaky move by a handful of influential British peers, who have tried to revive a much-derided surveillance bill, known amongst its many critics as Snooper’s Charter. Instead of proposing it as a full bill, as the UK government attempted to do in 2012, on a conspicuously quiet late Thursday afternoon four Lords have bundled the surveillance measures into the Counter Terrorism and Security Bill as an 18-clause amendment.

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