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Snoopers' Charter on Monday?

Lords sneak CDB in at the last minute

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ORG Cardiff: Jim Killock - Mass Surveillance, Liberty & Activism

Jim Killock, ORG's Executive Director, will talk to ORG Cardiff's local group about mass surveillance, liberty and activism. He'll say why mass surveillance is a danger to democracy and how we can work together to curb it.


Lords should drop the Snooper's Charter and let the parties set out their views at the election

Yesterday’s Lords debate ended up with the future of the Snooper’s Charter amendments uncertain, after considerable criticism of both the process and the principle of reintroducing the Communications Data Bill into the Counter Terrorism and Security Bill. Further debate on the amendments may come back at the report stage of the Bill.


Supporter Newsletter: January 2015

This month we respond to a series of threats to digital rights as Lords attempt to slip in the Snoopers' Charter as 18 pages of amendments and David Cameron proposes harming encryption.