Saturday, 12 April 2008

Council use of covert surveillance

click here to go to the blog As the Telegraph reports, Councils and other public bodies are using legislation designed to combat terrorism in order to spy on people, obtain their telephone records and find out who they are emailing - to investigate offences as minor as dog fouling, under-age smoking and breaches of planning regulations. Last year, the paper reports...

Posted on The Waendel Journal.