Oct 162014
 October 16, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Alan Travis reports:

The home secretary, Theresa May, has defended the culture of secrecy surrounding the activities of intelligence services and insisted that the doctrine of “neither confirm nor deny” must remain in place.

May also defended the bulk collection of personal communications data by GCHQ, telling parliament’s intelligence and security committee that it did not mean Britain was subject to mass surveillance.

Read more on The Guardian.

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