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Human rights' campaigners in new bid to outlaw bulk interception powers for police

Journalists join Liberty in latest High Court challenge.

Laying down the law: Investigatory Powers Act

Laying down the law: Investigatory Powers Act

Date - 17th June 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
The government’s mass surveillance powers which allow the police and intelligence agencies to obtain and store the communications data of large numbers of people through "bulk warrants" are unlawful, campaigners claim. Human rights...
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