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Privacy advocates Big Brother Watch, the Open Rights Group, English PEN and Constanze Kurz have filed a legal challenge claiming GCHG’s “mass online surveillance programmes have breached the privacy of tens of millions of people across the UK and Europe,” The Guardian reports. UK MPs cleared GCHQ of any wrongdoing, and Privacy International has launched a case that will be heard by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, but Nick Pickles of Big Brother Watch has said, “Parliament did not envisage or intend those laws to permit scooping up details of every communication we send, including content, so it’s absolutely right that GCHQ is held accountable in the courts for its actions.”
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