snoopers' charter

Google has denied reports that it allowed the US government access to its servers, saying it had not heard of "a programme
Britain's electronic eavesdropping agency GCHQ has been covertly gathering information from leading internet companies through
The "sheer horror" in the US over the alleged data mining by the US government of private communications using internet companies
The five things you need to know on Friday 31 May 2013... 1) BRING IT ON, SAYS ASSAD Are our actions ratcheting up, our ratcheting
Theresa May on Sunday insisted the failed "snooper's charter" would be revived as she appeared to be gearing up for a fight
No new law would have prevented the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, Eric Pickles said, as several politicians clamoured
The five things you need to know on 24 May 2013... RIP LEE RIGBY RIP Drummer Lee Rigby, who was named yesterday evening as
Making sure security service and policing powers are up to date and adequate - of course while avoiding unnecessary intrusion, misuse and expense - is something we all have a very big interest in.
Civil liberties campaigners are celebrating after Nick Clegg vetoed the controversial 'snooper's charter'. The deputy prime
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