Posted in IT Law, Miscellaneous, Privacy

‘Extreme surveillance’ becomes UK law with barely a whimper

Dubbed as the most invasive control exerced by Police in the western world and allowed by public apathy (Brexit and Leicester were more of a topic, this year) and lack of political opposition.

For the records, MI6, MI5 and GCHQ have been declared collecting personal data illegally for the past 17 years – by the investigatory power court.

For the records, rumours voice that Trump and Putin’s positive relationship may pave the way for Snowden to be extradited to US to pay a long jail time.

Nevertheless, this new law is being brought to EUCJ for ivolation of human rights.

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