The Investigatory Powers Act allows the State to tell lies in court

By December 6, 2016Cyber Security

Enshrining parallel construction in English law

Analysis  The freshly passed Investigatory Powers Act, better known as the Snoopers’ Charter, is a dog’s dinner of a law. It gives virtually unrestricted powers not only to State spy organisations but also to the police and a host of other government agencies.…

The Investigatory Powers Act allows the State to tell lies in court