UK to rush through "emergency" phone and internet data retention law

The UK is rushing through Parliament what it calls an emergency law that will ensure it retains access to people’s phone and internet records, in spite of the European Court of Justice having said in April that data retention violates human rights. It’s not a rehash of the Snooper’s Charter, politicians claim, but there’s not a lot of time to eyeball it to make sure that’s true.

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