GCHQ’s mass data interception violated right to privacy, court rules

This sounds good but doesn't actually affect anything. The UK interception system is much worse today with no sign of ever slowing down.



"France, the Netherlands and Norway all formally supported the UK’s unsuccessful defence of dragnet surveillance powers. As the judgement points out, those countries, together with Finland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, all "officially operate bulk interception regimes over cables and/or the airways."


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