A new review of the UK's mass surveillance powers includes case studies from intelligence agencies.
The Competition and Markets Authority is one of many agencies with hacking powers.
In the past few months, we’ve learned more about UK police use of "equipment interference" through discussion of the Investigatory Powers Bill.
The UK’s intelligence agencies may soon get their hacking powers on a stronger legal footing.
As one officer says hacking was used in "a majority" of his cases, police forces refuse to answer Freedom of Information requests.
Experts are concerned that an obviously outdated law is governing highly intrusive capabilities.
Equipment interference "has been instrumental in disrupting credible threats to life," documents claim.
Top law enforcement agency has "equipment interference" capabilities.