Top 10 state surveillance, investigatory powers and activism stories of 2016

This year saw the UK introduce the Snoopers’ Charter, legalising some of the most extensive government surveillance powers in the world. Computer Weekly exposed state monitoring of Parliamentary emails, and reported on activist Lauri Love’s legal battle to be tried in the UK over alleged hacking in the US
Source: Computer Weekly

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