Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Privacy advocates confront GCHQ after court rules human rights were breached

(RT) Privacy campaigners are demanding that British intelligence agency GCHQ delete personal data collected unlawfully and are urging members of the public to do the same.

Their application follows a landmark court ruling that found the surveillance organization had collected intelligence illegally up until December last year.

UK-based Privacy International and Pakistan-based Bytes for All are initially applying to find out if the spy organization is holding records of their communications.

If GCHQ does hold such records, intercepted unlawfully, the campaign groups will request for them to be deleted.

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