Alternative Search Engine

Civil liberties groups to challenge bulk surveillance and intelligence sharing in Strasbourg

Source: computerweekly.com   ( Internet & Websites )

Feb 5, 2019 7:27 AM 1+ week ago

Civil liberties groups have won the right to challenge the UK's extensive bulk surveillance powers in the European Court of Human Rights' Grand Chamber, which will hear an application by a coalition of campaigning groups over the legality of bulk surveillance.Read more.

Search Builder

(Click to add to search box)
Search Suggestions Level 1
Human Rights  European Court  communications data  UK government  Legal Resources Centre  bulk surveillance powers  Open Rights Group  internet service providers  National Security Agency  sector Docker management  UK government bodies  search engine queries  whistleblower Edward Snowden  mass surveillance practices  instant messaging communications  Investigatory Powers Tribunal  Big Brother Watch  centralised data team  intelligence agencies  bulk surveillance  mass surveillance  Grand Chamber  internet traffic  surveillance regime  European Convention  Megan Golding  South Africa  rights work  rights organisations  rights obligations  UK citizens  internet histories  Black Hole  Karma Police  intercepts data  suspicionless surveillance  landmark decision  Southern Water  Strasbourg Coalition  community groups  rights groups  Alice Ross  Personal Rights  Investigative Journalism  Constanze Kurz  English PEN  Other parties  Irish Council  communications cables  Snowden revelations  European citizens  Strasbourg court  web pages  phone location  text messages  surveillance law  snoopers charter  European law  intelligence services  New Zealand  privacy laws  liberties groups  internet bearers  
Search Suggestions Level 2
European law Landmark  British Surveillance Violates  mass spy programs  Strasbourg Court  British surveillance  Law Landmark  
Search Suggestions Level 3
Human Rights  mass surveillance  European Court  rights court  spy agencies  journalism groups  rights groups  landmark ruling  European Convention  British surveillance regimes  Big Brother Watch  communications data  Investigatory Powers Commissioner  ruling vindicates Mr  Investigatory Powers Act  mass spy programs  security services use  court plans  rights convention obligations  Legal Resources Centre  bulk surveillance powers  communications service providers  Open Rights Group  UK government  surveillance regime  mass surveillance practices  centralised data team  UK government bodies  internet service providers  Investigatory Powers Tribunal  instant messaging communications  whistleblower Edward Snowden  sector Docker management  ACLU Hawaii  search engine queries  Edward Snowden  government surveillance programs  intelligence agencies  bulk surveillance  watershed moment  blanket surveillance  surveillance laws  National Security Agency  Megan Golding  France Europe  selection process  British surveillance  Grand Chamber  Western state  internet traffic  Dan Carey  landmark victory  British government  Silkie Carlo  privacy provisions  British spies  search terms  Washington Times  rights convention  World Landmark  Corey Stoughton  FRANCE Europe  Marco Garcia  AP Court  privacy safeguards  internet bearers  Karma Police  communications cables  intercepts data  Snowden revelations  UK citizens  intelligence services  Strasbourg court  web pages  internet histories  phone location  text messages  surveillance law  snoopers charter  European law  European citizens  New Zealand  Black Hole  suspicionless surveillance  Irish Council  rights obligations  rights work  Other parties  English PEN  Constanze Kurz  Investigative Journalism  Alice Ross  Personal Rights  community groups  landmark decision  privacy laws  rights organisations  liberties groups  South Africa  Southern Water  

**Content contained on this site is provided on an “as is” basis. 4Internet, LLC makes no commitments regarding the content and does not review it, so don't assume that it's been reviewed. What you see here may not be accurate and should not be relied upon. The content does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of 4Internet, LLC. You use this service and everything you see here at your own risk. Content displayed may be subject to copyright. Content is removed on a case by case basis. To request that content be removed, contact us using the following form: Contact Us.