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Emergency phone and internet data laws to be passed

Thursday 10 July, 2014

Emergency laws are being rushed through parliament in order to allow police and security services to have access to phone and internet records. This has caused arguments on civil liberties and invasion of privacy. However, the government says this action is needed to protect the public from "criminals and terrorists" and it is maintaining existing capabilities not introducing new snooping laws.  http://tinyurl.com/my6ou7o



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