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Data surveillance complaints have zero success rate
5 November 2003

'The body set up to protect UK citizens from having their communications data unfairly accessed by the police or secret agents has yet to rule in favour of a single complainant despite receiving hundreds of complaints, the government has revealed.' link

Posted by SteveC at 11:26 AM Wed 5 Nov 2003 Categories: RIP Oversight (Part IV) , Surveillance & Security , ZDNET