Investigatory Powers Bill
GCHQ Details Cases of When It Would Use Bulk Hacking
A new review of the UK's mass surveillance powers includes case studies from intelligence agencies.
This Engineer Started a Tor-Based Internet Provider to Fight Surveillance
Judges have ruled Tor users have 'no expectation of privacy.’ This one-man internet provider disagrees.
A UK Government Department Uses Hacking Powers to Catch Price-Fixing Cartels
The Competition and Markets Authority is one of many agencies with hacking powers.
UK Police Accessed Civilian Data for Fun and Profit, New Report Says
The report, based on Freedom of Information requests, found 2,315 incidents of inappropriate access or distribution of data across five years.
The UK Is Using Bulk Interception to Catch Criminals—And Not Telling Them
"Suspects are being left in the dark."
UK's National Crime Agency: Yes, We Could Ask Apple to Remove Encryption
An NCA official said on Tuesday that under the Investigatory Powers Bill, the agency could request Apple to remove encryption.
How the UK's National Crime Agency Fights Cybercrime With Hacking of Its Own
Newly published evidence from law enforcement bodies gives examples of how the NCA uses hacking tools against cybercriminals.
Police Get More Access to Citizens' Browsing Data Under Revised UK Law
The Investigatory Powers Bill entered Parliament on Tuesday, with some changes from earlier drafts.