UK public consultation on Privacy and Civil Liberties

This consultation seeks views on a measure within the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill which will enable the Home Secretary to create a Privacy and Civil Liberties Board to support the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation. The consultation invites comments on a number of details (such as membership of the board) that will be set out in the regulations. These regulations will be subject to affirmative resolution. The consultation is open until 30 January 2015.

Country: UK

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: counter-terrorism legislation, national security, civil liberties, public consultation, security bill, privacy

Posted on Thursday 18 December 2014

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