New UK surveillance law may see mass data shared with Trump’s US
GCHQ Bude: an eavesdropping centre on the North Cornwall coast, UKRichie Johns/GettyBy Ray CorriganIn the shadow of authoritarian populist Donald Trump’s election victory in the US, politicians in Brexit Britain have quietly passed the most pervasive and invasive mass surveillance legislation in history. The Investigatory Powers Bill is 304 pages of...
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