U.K. Spying Law Needs More Privacy Rules, Parliament Group SaysBy
Bill gives too much bulk access to user information, data
Current draft suffers from lack of time and preparation
The U.K.’s proposed spying law doesn’t offer enough privacy protection and gives intelligence agencies too much bulk access to personal information, according to the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, one of several bodies scrutinizing the proposed bill.
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