Big Brother Watch calls for reform of social media communications laws

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Laws governing social media not fit for purpose, claims privacy group

Britain's communications laws need to be reformed to take account of the explosion in online communications wrought by broadband internet. That is the conclusion of a report by civil liberties group...

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