Nov 202014
 
 November 20, 2014  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Dominic Ponsford reports:

Six journalists are suing the Met Police after finding that surveillance information about them is being held on a “National Domestic Extremism” database.

The Times reported earlier this month that the Met Police National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit holds 2,000 records which relate to photographers and journalists.

Now the National Union of Journalists has started legal action on behalf of six of its members who appear on the database.

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