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UK tribunal rules hacking is legal (compromising security; enabling fraud)

In a remarkable, though unsurprising ruling the Investigatory Powers Tribunal has stated that it is perfectly legal for Britain’s spy agency, GCHQ, to hack into anyone’s computer and to continue with their practice of bulk surveillance of not just sections … Continue reading

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GCHQ becomes Spectre as Snoopers Charter 2.0 is licenced to chill

Today (Wednesday) the new version of the “Snoopers’ Charter” was revealed in the guise of the draft Investigatory Powers bill. It is a bill rife with obfuscation, weasel words and deceit. But look beyond the soundbites, spin and headline pullers … Continue reading

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