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Copyright exceptions for parody and format shifting become law

After nine years of campaigning, Open Rights Group is delighted that copyright exceptions for parody…


Theresa May's call for new Snooper's Charter can launch a national debate

The Conservatives have made a clear offer to the public: they are saying that they will, if elected, revive plans for the Snooper’s Charter. Massive data gathering and analysis of your online habits would become available to the police and a range of public bodies. Powers that are currently being challenged in the courts, but are in practice available to GCHQ under programmes like TEMPORA, would become an everyday policing tool.

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ORG responds to calls by Theresa May for new communications data bill

Open Rights Group has responded to the Home Secretary, Theresa May's call for a revival of the snoopers'…


Parliamentary and policy update 26 September 2014

This is ORG's Parliamentary Update for the week beginning 2014-09-22 If you are reading this online, you can also subscribe to the email version.