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10 Human Rights Organisations v. United Kingdom

plainte - 14 septembre 2018

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In March 2015, Privacy International, together with nine other NGOs, filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), challenging two aspects of the United Kingdom’s surveillance regime revealed by the Snowden disclosures : (1) UK bulk interception of internet traffic transiting undersea fibre optic cables landing in the UK and (2) UK access to the information gathered by the US through its various bulk surveillance programs. Our co-applicants are the American Civil (...)



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