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MI5 bugging exempt from privacy act
27 March 2000

'Covert surveillance by MI5, MI6 and the police, including tapping phones and bugging homes, will be exempt from challenge under a new right to privacy contained in the Human Rights Act, it has emerged.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:25 AM Mon 27 Mar 2000 Categories: Human Rights , Privacy , The Guardian