GCHQ’s mass data interception violated right to privacy, court rules
Can we at least expect protection of private communucation?
How to we determine what is and is not protected?
>The grand chamber judgment is the culmination of a legal challenge to GCHQ’s bulk interception of online communications begun in 2013 by Big Brother Watch and others after Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing revelations concerning the interception, processing and storing of data about millions of people’s private communications by the eavesdropping agency.
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