“A major High Court ruling today re-asserts 250-year-old aversion of the common law to the use of 'general warrants'.

The ruling means the intelligence agencies can no longer rely on 'general warrants' for certain forms of property interference, including hacking.

In the digital age, where a general warrant could easily enable spying on hundreds, thousands or even millions of people, this is a major victory.”

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