UK surveillance regime dealt another blow in court
The UK government has suffered yet another defeat in the courts over a surveillance regime that critics have dubbed a ‘Snooper’s charter’. Today the UK High Court agreed with several
UK keeps up its legal losing streak over mass surveillance
Yet another defeat in the courts for the UK government's use of mass surveillance as an indiscriminate and, as it frequently turns out, unlawful investigatory tool.
Liberty is crowdfunding a legal challenge to UK surveillance law
Civil liberties group Liberty has launched a crowdfunding campaign to fund a U.K. High Court challenge to the bulk powers contained within a new domestic surveillance law.
Bulk data collection only lawful for fighting serious crime, says Europe’s top court
The European Court of Justice has issued a preliminary ruling on a data retention case brought by UK MPs and privacy rights groups seeking to challenge the government's data retention regime under DRI
U.K. ‘Emergency’ Surveillance Law Ruled Unlawful By High Court
In a high profile win for civil liberties in the U.K., surveillance legislation rushed through the national parliament in a matter of days last year has today been declared unlawful under European Hum