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MoD inquiry into 'privacy breach'
19 February 2001

'Ministry of Defence police have ordered an internal inquiry into allegations that its officers extracted private information stored on a mobile phone of an anti-nuclear protester, the Guardian can reveal.
[...]
A spokesman for the MoD police said the inquiry was to determine whether the information was taken in accordance with the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:55 PM Mon 19 Feb 2001 Categories: RIP Oversight (Part IV) , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian