Apr 042012
 April 4, 2012  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Ian Dunt reports:

Nick Clegg acted to counter criticism that he was weak on civil liberties last night, with dramatic interventions on the internet snooping proposals and plans for secret courts.

The Liberal Democrat leader, who entered Downing Street promising to undo Labour’s more draconian counter-terror laws, signalled a retreat on Home Office demands for access to peoples’ Facebook and Skype activities, directly contradicting statements from the home secretary.

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