UK spy agencies broke privacy rules says tribunal

UK spy agencies broke privacy rules by collecting large amounts of UK citizens' data without adequate oversight, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal has ruled. The ruling said some data collection did not comply with the European Convention on Human Rights.

Country: UK

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: data protection, intelligence agencies, court decision, human rights, Investigatory Powers Tribunal, data collection, surveillance, UK

Posted on Tuesday 18 October 2016

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