U.K. Accused of Law Change to Let Spies Hack Into Computers

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The Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ) in Cheltenham.

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The British government was accused by privacy groups of quietly changing the law to allow spies to hack into computers without fear of prosecution -- an allegation it denies.

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