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U.K. Spy Agency Does Not Require Individual Warrants To Hack

800px-GCHQ-aerial More details about U.K. intelligence agency GCHQ’s use of hacking — aka: ‘computer network interference’ in euphemistic official parlance — and the oversight regime governing its hacking activities have emerged via an ongoing legal challenge filed by civil liberties group Privacy International and several ISPs, which is continuing to put witness statements into… Read More

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