- The Guardian14 Jun 16:58
Sunday Times says Downing Street believes Russia and China have hacked into American whistleblower’s files, endangering US and British agents Downing Street and the Home Office are being challenged to answer in public claims that Russia and China have broken into the secret cache of Edward Snowden files and that British agents have had to be withdrawn from live operations as a consequence. The ...
- The Guardian11 Jun 20:12
Government poised to reject call to remove ministers’ ability to issue interception warrants, despite promise to overhaul law on investigatory powers A battle is looming over privacy after Downing Street distanced itself from a proposal to strip ministers of their powers to authorise surveillance warrants, one of the key recommendations in a new report on intelligence agency snooping. The 373 ...
- Wired UK26 Jun 08:40
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- The Guardian11 Jun 13:58
Report by official reviewer of counter-terrorism laws also says power to authorise surveillance warrants should be stripped from ministers UK intelligence agencies should be allowed to retain controversial intrusive powers to gather bulk communications data but ministers should be stripped of their powers to authorise surveillance warrants, according to a major report on British data law. The ...
- Daily Mail11 Jun 23:26
Extremists include 700 Britons who have travelled to Iraq and Syria, half of whom are now back in the UK, warned Mark Rowley, Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer, pictured.
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