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Government tapping of phone calls between UK and Ireland challenged
31 May 2000

'The government is being taken to the European human rights court over allegations that the security and intelligence agencies have been engaged in the wholesale tapping of telephone conversations between Britain and Ireland.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:37 PM Wed 31 May 2000 Categories: Privacy , The Guardian