How personal communications data becomes a national security risk

On 29th November 2016 the Investigatory Powers Bill became UK Law by Royal Assent (1). The bill’s 245 pages codified the U.K. government’s plans to create a statutory basis for the country’s mass surveillance, data retention, and remote intrusion practices. The IP Act updates the prior legislation which gave a legal basis for activities including… Continue reading How personal communications data becomes a national security risk