Draft Investigatory Powers Bill

Peter Fairbrother zenadsl6186 at zen.co.uk
Wed Nov 4 20:38:24 GMT 2015

On 04/11/15 20:09, Roland Perry wrote:
> In article <563A428C.7010102 at zen.co.uk>, Peter Fairbrother
> <zenadsl6186 at zen.co.uk> writes
>> Otherwise it seems largely to repeat the (already-found illegal)
>> status quo of DRIPA, RIPA 2000, Police Act, ACTSA 2001, JSA 2013,
>> Intelligence Services Act 1994 etc
> JOOI, what has been already-found illegal about RIPAs rules for
> disclosure of comms data?

I was referring to the EU (digital rights ireland) and UK ([2015] EWHC 
2092) supreme courts decisions that the then/present comms data 
_retention_ regime was/is/are illegal.

AFAIR. there might have been something in those judgements about comms 
data disclosure as well .. but in any case, you can't disclose what you 
ain't got.

now iffn GCHQ are collecting bulk comms data in real time - I'd be 
pretty damn sure that that was illegal as well.

-- Peter Fairbrother

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