Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights

Access Now has intervened in a case before the European Court of Human Rights, detailing how the surveillance conducted by the British intelligence agency GCHQ violates international human rights law and policy.


Country: UK


Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: human rights, GCHQ, intelligence agencies, UK, surveillance, privacy, Internet, court intervention, Access Now, ECHR

Posted on Wednesday 10 February 2016

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