UK’s surveillance powers to be considered by Europe's highest human rights court


UK’s surveillance powers to be considered by Europe's highest human rights court (AI, link):

"On Wednesday (10 July), the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights - the court’s highest body - will hear arguments from Amnesty International, Liberty, Privacy International and other human rights organisations from four continents over the unlawfulness of the UK’s bulk surveillance practices."

 

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