The U.K. High Court ruled against a mass surveillance practice, Forbes reports. The court deemed it illegal for intelligence agencies to search large numbers of phones and computers under a single "general warrant," reversing a decision previously made by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal. The court found an individual must be targeted when a warrant is issued to search private property. Since general warrants do not identify a suspected individual, the court said they lack lawful authority.
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