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Fight against Investigatory Powers Bill may not be over

21 Nov 2016

Labour's shadow home secretary Diane Abbott says that wider society must now debate the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, despite Parliamentary approval Read More

Investigatory Powers Bill – the case for mass surveillance

22 Sep 2016

As the Investigatory Powers Bill goes through its final stages in Parliament, a former GCHQ intelligence officer puts the case for the bulk surveillance powers contained in the legislation Read More

Investigatory Powers Bill looks set to become law

By Warwick Ashford 17 Nov 2016

Rights groups have vowed to continue to oppose the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, which is now just two steps away from becoming law Read More

Investigatory Powers Bill: rushed through under cover of Brexit

13 Jul 2016

The government should delay the Investigatory Powers Bill to allow time for proper scrutiny following the political chaos that has engulfed Britain after the Brexit vote Read More

William Hague MP defends Investigatory Powers Bill

By Warwick Ashford 08 Jun 2016

The idea of a 'Snoopers Charter' is ridiculous in the light of current and planned checks and balances around access to communications data, says William Hague Read More

It’s not too late to turn the tide on Investigatory Powers Bill

11 Aug 2016

The government has set David Anderson QC an almost impossible task in his review of the sweeping bulk powers proposed in the Investigatory Powers Bill – but it is not too late to make a difference Read More

Call for written evidence: Investigatory Powers Bill

By Philip Virgo 16 Mar 2016

Submissions should address matters contained within the Bill and concentrate on issues where you have a special interest or expertise, and factual information of which you would like the Committee ... Read More

What is at stake with the Investigatory Powers Bill?

By Philip Virgo 09 Jan 2016

This is the first attempt in 500 years to bring the surveillance activities of the state under rule of law instead of "the prerogative of the crown". More-over the UK is one of very few states ... Read More

What the Investigatory Powers Bill means for the telecommunications industry

By Peter Ray Allison 26 Nov 2015

The draft Investigatory Powers Bill could have major implications for telecommunication companies operating in the UK Read More

Impact of Investigatory Powers Bill is unclear, say most Britons

By Warwick Ashford 14 Mar 2016

Open-Xchange privacy survey shows many Britons are unsure and concerned by controversial bill on the eve of of it moving a step closer to becoming law Read More