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Did EU ruling invalidate the UK's bonkers Snoopers' Charter?

Adam 52 Silver badge

"but e.g. for missing persons investigations where serious crime may not yet be suspected."

This annoys me, because he's twisting the argument around. *Some* data is useful to the *investigating shift* for a *high risk* missing person and is available through RIPA. It doesn't mean we need *all* data available the *everyone*, which is what the new legislation gives.

He's giving the civil liberties people enough rope to hang themselves [sorry for the juxtaposition for those who've had a high risk mispa] and they probably will.

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