October 20, 2015 Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance
James Dean reports:
Britain’s spies will have the right to hack into smartphones and computers enshrined in a new law, The Times has learnt. Powers that give MI5, MI6 and GCHQ a “dizzying” range of electronic surveillance capabilities will be laid out in the investigatory powers bill next month, in a move that will bolster the confidence of the intelligence agencies but pave the way for a row with privacy campaigners.
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