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3 thoughts on “The IPT in Privacy International v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Is it saying the IPB should be welcome?

  1. Pingback: Bulk Personal Datasets and the ‘Spectre’ of Pervasive Surveillance Concerns Back in the Spotlight with the Investigatory Powers Bill | Peep Beep!

  2. Pingback: Case Law: Privacy International v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Collection of bulk personal datasets was unlawful – Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon | Inforrm's Blog

  3. Pingback: Questions on UK bulk communications data capabilities referred to the EU Court of Justice | Peep Beep!

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