October 19, 2017 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Owen Bowcott reports:
MI5 and MI6 may be circumventing legal safeguards when they share bulk datasets with foreign intelligence services and commercial partners, a court has been told.
Most of the bulk personal datasets relate to UK citizens who are not of “legitimate intelligence interest”, the investigatory powers tribunal (IPT) heard.
Read more on The Guardian.
h/t, Robin Caron
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