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GCHQ data collection regime violated human rights, court rules

plainte - 14 septembre 2018

lire sur le site originel >>> (theguardian.com)

Surveillance system revealed by Snowden breached right to privacy, Strasbourg judges say
GCHQ’s methods for bulk interception of online communications violated privacy and failed to provide sufficient surveillance safeguards, the European court of human rights has ruled.
But the ECHR found that GCHQ’s regime for sharing sensitive digital intelligence with foreign governments was not illegal, and it explicitly confirmed that bulk interception with tighter safeguards was permissible.
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