UK: SURVEILLANCE POWERS: Report from the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation

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See: Statement by the Inpdendent Reviewer of Terrorism legislation on publication of the Investigatory Powers Review (‘A Question of Trust’) (Press release, pdf) and: Full-report (382 pages, 2MB reduced pdf version), plus: Section on the law in other "Five-Eyes states" (pdf)

For full list of documents and annexes see: IRTL site (link)

See also: UK Investigatory Powers Review: A New Blueprint for Surveillance? (Just Security, link): "privacy campaigners may be unhappy with Anderson’s endorsement of the contention that the law should seek to minimize the (virtual) areas where individuals’ actions are beyond the reach of investigation."

And see the article: UK intelligence agencies should keep mass surveillance powers, report says - Report by official reviewer of counter-terrorism laws also says power to issue interception warrants should be transferred from ministers to judges" (Guardian, link)

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