Measures to stem the rate of coronavirus infection in Italy, including harsh home quarantines, are based only on decrees, not on laws, even though the penalties for breaching them include prison sentences.
The bulk surveillance powers in the new Investigatory Powers Act are legally challenged by UK human rights NGO Liberty in the form of a judicial review. To fund the case, Liberty raised £52,000 through crowdfunding –...
The human rights organization Liberty has launched a legal challenge in a bid to derail the UK government's recently passed Investigatory Powers Act, often referred to as the "Snooper's Charter." Liberty wants to...
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The EU and US are attempting to negotiate a revised Safe Harbor agreement, but civil society groups are skeptical that it will be sufficient.
Tracking, hacking and lip service to safeguards: Liberty’s analysis of the UK government's draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
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"Undemocratic, unnecessary and — in the long run — intolerable" is how an independent reviewer described the UK's snooping laws.
In a landmark ruling, the High Court of the United Kingdom has declared a key government surveillance law unlawful.
Liberty has joined other human rights organizations in an appeal against an investigatory tribunal's ruling that UK mass surveillance activities are legal.