U.K. Internet Surveillance Bill Becomes Law

Source: Gigalaw

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The “snooper’s charter” bill extending the reach of state surveillance in Britain was given royal assent and became law as signatures on a petition calling for it to be repealed passed the 130,000 mark. The home secretary, Amber Rudd, hailed the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 as “world-leading legislation” that provided “unprecedented transparency and substantial privacy protection.”

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Source: Gigalaw

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