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Liberty loses High Court challenge against bulk surveillance powers

Monday 29 July 2019 | 18:29 CET | News
Civil rights group Liberty has expressed disappointment after the High Court dismissed its challenge against parts of the UK government's Investigatory Powers Act (IPA) 2016.

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