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UK Spy Agencies Violated Privacy Laws For 17 Years, Court Rules

UK's Investigatory Powers Tribunal, which takes complaints against intelligence agencies, ruled that UK intelligence agencies have indeed violated privacy laws for 17 years, but that their bulk data collection has been legal since 2...
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