Dec 052014
 December 5, 2014  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Owen Bowcott reports:

Britain’s legal regime governing mass surveillance of the internet by intelligence agencies does not violate human rights, a tribunal has ruled.

But the investigatory powers tribunal said (IPT) it had identified one area where it had concerns about whether there were adequate legal safeguards.

Read more on The Guardian.

  One Response to “UK mass surveillance laws do not breach human rights, tribunal rules”

  1. More clueless decisions by a useless quango tribunal.

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