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Privacy rights group seeks police disclosure of mobile surveillance

Wednesday 8 August 2018 | 22:23 CET | News
Privacy International has filed an appeal to challenge UK police forces' refusal to disclose information on their purchase and use of mobile phone surveillance technology. Represented by Liberty, Privacy International is challenging a court decision allowing police forces to 'neither confirm nor deny' they hold certain information on IMSI catchers. 

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