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‘Snoopers charter’ data bill to get rewrite

Ministers yesterday signalled they will rewrite a Bill which gives police and security services new powers to monitor communications, after an influential parliamentary committee...

Road Blocks to Data Retention: Invalidating the Snoopers’ Charter

Deemed by the Home Office an exemplar of legislation balancing security and freedoms, the UK Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA), otherwise known...

Snoopers’ Charter ‘goes too far’ says retired Met assistant 

IPBill The Liberal Democrats are planning to meet the Investigatory Powers Bill with strong resistance in the House of Lords, a list of key...

‘I’ll be watching you’: The Police feat. Cameron helpfully explain Snoopers’ Charter (VIDEO)

A new video has enlisted the musical help of ‘The Police’ to explain Britain’s controversial...

Snoopers’ charter ‘unfit for purpose,’ 200 legal experts say

Home Secretary Theresa May’s Investigatory Powers Bill, dubbed the snoopers’ charter, breaches international surveillance standards...

Snoopers’ Charter: ‘Substantial changes’ needed for Labour support

Britain’s Labour Party will delay the passage of the government’s Investigatory Powers Bill until the...

UN rapporteur: ‘Bad example’ UK should bin the Snoopers’ Charter

IPB The UN's special rapporteur on privacy has used his maiden report to the Human Rights Council, which he presented today, to criticise the...

‘Snoopers’ charter’ still allows bulk data collection – ex-Deputy PM

(RT) - Spy agencies will still be permitted to exercise bulk data collection under the Investigatory Powers Bill, dubbed the “snoopers’ charter,” former Deputy Prime...

Snoopers’ charter ‘expensive & confusing,’ say MPs

MPs have advised the government to make the taxpayer subsidize the costs of its expensive data-harvesting program under the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB),...

Crowdfunded challenge to ‘snoopers’ charter’ launched by Open Rights Group

Open Rights Group civil liberties campaigners are trying to raise £20,000 to fund a challenge to the Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB), branded the “snoopers’...

RIPA review proves snoopers’ charter got out of hand

Commenting on Government review into the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), Liberal Democrat Shadow Home Secretary, Chris Huhne said: "This consultation is a...

Europe’s highest court declares UK ‘snooper charter’ illegal

Britain’s controversial ‘snooper’s charter’ has been delivered a blow from the EU with its highest court ruling that the government’s “indiscriminate retention” of emails...

NSA Whistleblower Tells UK Parliament: “Snooper’s Charter” Is Deadly

'Britain should not go further down this road and risk making the same mistakes as my country did, or they will end up perpetuating...

Theresa May’s Love Affair With The Snooper’s Charter

Jim Killock The Conservatives have made a clear offer to the public: they are saying that they will, if elected, revive plans for the Snooper’s...

Experts Warn David Cameron To Ditch “Dangerous” Snooper’s Charter

The Home Office is coming under increasing pressure over its controversial plans to build a system to monitor and store internet browsing and email data.

‘Privacy is not a privilege, it’s a fundamental human right,’ top privacy expert tells...

Britain should use targeted surveillance to tackle terrorism rather than collecting people’s private online data...

Britain’s Draft Investigatory Powers Bill AKA Population Control 3.0

If the government has anything to do with it, privacy just got a whole lot worse. What the draft Investigatory Powers Bill holds for...

UK government outlines plans for expanding militarism and repression after Paris attacks

By Julie Hyland Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a massive increase in Britain’s military/intelligence apparatus following last week’s terror attacks in Paris. Cameron’s proposals were outlined...

UK government to legalise universal state surveillance

By Robert Stevens Conservative home secretary Theresa May introduced before Parliament the government’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill yesterday. The 299-page draft Bill is a fundamental assault...

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PRISM fallout: Hague says UK citizens have ‘nothing to fear’ from GCHQ surveillance

Law-abiding citizens need not fear intelligence sharing between the US and UK, Britain’s Foreign Secretary promised. His comments follow reports data gathered in the...

PRISM fallout: Hague says UK citizens have ‘nothing to fear’ from GCHQ surveillance

Law-abiding citizens need not fear intelligence sharing between the US and UK, Britain’s Foreign Secretary promised. His comments follow reports data gathered in the...

Britain is Becoming a Dictatorship

The UK's coalition government of Tories and Lib Dems is about to push through legislation creating secret courts that will protect the State at...

Spying on the spies: State surveillance of Britons now being monitored

Published time: 1 Sep, 2017 10:48 A new watchdog charged with regulating state surveillance has...

New powers could allow British cyber spooks to spy on you in real time,...

Published time: 5 May, 2017 16:09 The British government is seeking new powers to remove...

Britain’s draconian surveillance powers leave whistleblowers unprotected, study finds

Protections for whistleblowers have become “ineffective” in the digital era thanks to stricter laws governing...

Government’s sweeping spying powers face challenge in British court

Core parts of the UK’s new spying powers bill may soon be reviewed in court since civil rights NGO Liberty launched a crowd-funded legal...

Facebook admits handing thousands of its users’ details over to British authorities

Social media giant Facebook has confessed to giving the personal details of thousands of its...

British councils used covert surveillance to monitor petty crimes such as ‘dog fouling’ –...

British councils were given permission to gather surveillance using covert methods over the course of...

‘Beacon for despots everywhere’: Britain’s ‘extreme’ surveillance bill becomes law

Britain’s intelligence services have officially been given the most wide-ranging and privacy-invading mass surveillance powers in the world, according to critics, after the Investigatory...

Surveillance bill could push Britain down World Press Freedom Index, warns watchdog

Britain’s Investigatory Powers Act, dubbed the ‘snooper’s charter,’ is likely to drive Britain even further down the World Press Freedom Index, according to the...

Fake News

“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell, Visionary Author Now that the rigged election circus is finally behind...

British spy powers threaten freedom of expression, UN told

Human rights groups warned the United Nations this week that a new British law allowing...

UK surveillance powers have gone ‘further than any other Western democracy’ – MP

Britain has gone “further than any other Western democracy” in its expansion of surveillance powers and its ability to collect bulk data without justifiable...

Mass surveillance, deportations & nuclear weapons: What to expect from UK’s new PM

Theresa May will replace David Cameron as Britain’s prime minister on Wednesday. What do we...

7/7 London bombings, 11yrs on: Iraq War raised terror threat, Chilcot suggests

Eleven years on from the London bombings of July 7, 2005, the Chilcot report appears...

Exposed: MI5, GCHQ have 15 secret bulk data collection warrants in force

Fifteen “secret warrants” are in force to enable British intelligence services to collect bulk data...

Spies could hack entire towns under new surveillance bill

Spies will be empowered to hack the electronic devices of entire towns under the government’s...

MI5 was bulk collecting public’s data, with little or no oversight

MI5 was allowed to escape regular scrutiny of its bulk collection of communications data by the watchdog charged with overseeing it, newly-released confidential correspondence...

Did Snowden’s mass surveillance leaks have a chilling effect on political activists?

A new report examines how political activists have responded to the knowledge they are under...

Brits blindly walking into Orwellian surveillance state, survey suggests

Britain is sleep-walking into an Orwellian surveillance state, with most of its citizens unaware of...

Spy powers bill could spell the end of Panama Papers-style whistleblowing

New state surveillance powers could put an end to whistleblowing and make investigative journalism more...

Enforcing UK surveillance powers may cost over £1bn, 7 times original estimate

Online surveillance on the scale proposed in the UK government’s Investigatory Powers Bill could end...

UK bill hands vast surveillance powers to police and intelligence agencies

Via WSWS. This piece was reprinted by RINF Alternative News with permission or license. Barry Mason On March 1, Home Secretary Theresa May published the Investigatory...

Science of snooping: Internet spying cost & feasibility examined by MPs

MPs have launched an inquiry into the cost and feasibility of the government’s Investigatory Powers Bill, known as the Snooper’s Charter, to examine how...

Snowden condemns Britain’s new surveillance bill

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has voiced his opposition to the Investigatory Powers Bill, which was unveiled Wednesday by the British government, saying ministers are...

BBC’s “Panorama” attacks Edward Snowden

By Robert Stevens Last week the BBC’s flagship documentary show “Panorama” broadcast what it described as the first British TV interview with US whistleblower Edward Snowden. In...

UK Moves to Legalize Mass Surveillance

New bill would reinstate controversial law struck down for invading privacy of citizens Nadia Prupis The UK government is pushing to pass an emergency law that...

British spies mislead MPs over Tempora

GCHQ has been running Tempora to harvest, store and analyse millions of phone calls, emails and search engine queries.Britain™s spying agencies have been accused...

UK privacy rules totally useless: MP

Britain has Å“completely useless” processes to protect its citizens from spying practices of intelligence agencies such as the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), a senior...

Britain’s disastrous spying operations

The US's staunch ally Britain is involved in the spying programs of a global scale.After Edward Snowdenâ„¢s revelations on US surveillance operations, it has...

Britain’s GCHQ embroiled in spy scandal

ËœUK govt. used U.S. spying data to monitor Britonsâ„¢British eavesdropping agency (GCHQ) has become embroiled in the U.S. Prism programme scandal, in which spying...

Britain’s Security Service: More Questions about MI5’s Relations with Woolwich Killers

Questions continue to pile up over the security services’ familiarity and contact with the two killers of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, southeast London. Rigby...

Poll: EDL incites terrorism in Britain

A new survey has found that almost two thirds of Britons - 61 percent - believed that activities by far-right groups such as the...

UK Home Secretary: Expanded Snooping Powers “Essential” Following Woolwich Attack

Argues that “Hate speech” definition threshold should be set much lowerSteve WatsonInfowars.comMay 27,...

UK Home Secretary proposes further snooping powers in light of Woolwich attack

UK Home Secretary Theresa May said on Sunday that it is “essential” to grant intelligence agencies the capacity to access communications data, despite overwhelming...

British Ministers Call For Mass Government Snooping In Wake Of Woolwich Attack

Politicians never let a good crisis go to waste Steve Watson Infowars.com May 23, 2013 Following the brutal murder of a young soldier...

A ‘Conspiracy Of Silence’ Over Web Snooping

Privacy International, The Open Rights Group and Big Brother Watch have jointly launched an attack on some of the UK's biggest Internet service providers over their part in maintaining a 'conspiracy of silence' with the government.

Councils banned from DVLA database

More than 150 town halls have been blocked from accessing the DVLA database after breaking rules protecting motorists’ privacy. In dozens of cases, councils were...

New eavesdropping plan will create a ‘digital fishing net’

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest: all of them could be the source of valuable intelligence that the UK's intelligence agencies want to know about...

94% do not want Data Communications Bill

Only 6% of UK citizens think the government has made a clear and compelling argument for the Draft Data Communications Bill, a survey has revealed. In...

Mainstream Media Can’t Handle The Truth About David Icke

Mick Meaney RINF Alternative News In the biggest event of its kind in history, on Saturday the 27th of  October 2012, David Icke presented two decades...

RIPA Surveillance Law Misused On Merseyside

By Andrew Brown | HUNDREDS of people across Merseyside have been under surveillance by local authorities using powers under so-called “terror laws”, according to details...

Use of Secret Spy Law is Widespread

By Michael Howie | NEW spy laws are being used by Scottish councils to track people suspected of housing-benefit fraud, selling cigarettes to children...