Counter-eavesdropping agency unlawfully used surveillance powers to identify journalist's source | Computer Weekly
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The failures, revealed in a report published by Investigatory Powers Commissioner Brian Leveson this week, led him to the 'extraordinary measure' of asking for the suspension of UK NACE's internal powers to authorise its acquisition of communications data.
According to the most recent figures, government organisations applied for 31 warrants to identify journalistic sources in 2022, and successfully made a further 30 applications for communications data to identify or confirm journalistic sources.
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