GCHQ plan to spy on 'any phone, anywhere, any time'

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British spy agency building the technology to spy on anyone, anywhere, whenever it wants

British spy agency GCHQ is being paid £100m to spy on behalf of the US secret services, and is developing the capability to spy on "any phone, anywhere, any time". That is the claim arising from...

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