Green Party opposes mass surveillance and promises to 'replace' RIPA

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Green Party manifesto only touches on IT for 'affordable' broadband and opposition to mass online surveillance

The Green Party unveiled its manifesto today, promising to oppose "secret unaccountable mass surveillance of the type exposed by Edward Snowden" and "replace" the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act...

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