Judge denies NCA's grab for Lauri Love's encryption keys
Magistrate rules police should have used RIPA in federal reserve hack case
Watchdog says “intolerable” terror laws must be scrapped
Adds that stronger reasons required to introduce Snoopers' Charter
Home Office widens interception law debate
Civil society campaigners will meet with Home Office officials next week to discuss a review into UK interception laws.
Government looks to tighten RIPA
The Home Office wants to stop so many 'trivial' uses of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA).
UK gets final EU warning over Phorm
The European Commission is now a step away from taking legal action against the UK government over the Phorm trials.
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ISPs divulge comms data on half a million people
Government bodies have requested communications data on half a million people.
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ISPs forced to keep user data at £48 million cost
E-mail details, website visits and internet calls will all be stored by ISPs for use in ‘public and national security’ from today.
Government to review security data collection
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said the government will look at ways to balance privacy with protection.
Terrorist suspects forced to hand over encryption keys
The police have the power to put you in jail if you don’t hand over encryption keys to the data they want.