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Changes to libel laws in England and Wales have been implemented after the Defamation Bill received Royal Assent late last week. 29 Apr 2013
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has asked the Home Office to provide it with some information about proposed reforms to UK surveillance laws so as to help the watchdog decide whether the Government department has to disclose the information more... 22 Apr 2013
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Communications service providers (CSPs) have acknowledged that there is a growing "capability gap" in relation to the ability of intelligence and security agencies to use 'communications data' to tackle terrorism and serious crime. 06 Feb 2013
People who post "spontaneous" offensive messages on social media websites such as Twitter need not necessarily face criminal prosecution if those messages are taken down quickly, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has said. 04 Feb 2013
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