High Court rules against bulk hacking by police and intelligence agencies

John Leonard
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Privacy International celebrates High Court win

The UK High Court has squashed the ability of the security and intelligence services to engage in bulk surveillance based on a single warrant. The ruling comes after a series of legal challenges...

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