Group can now seek full judicial review of Investigatory Powers Act
The civil rights has now been granted its second permission to seek a judicial review of the “Snooper’s Charter” of all grounds that hadn’t been included in the first case.
"This is a major step forward in our ongoing fight to put an end to mass surveillance by the state, and the latest in a series of important defeats on this subject for the government. The government must urgently reassess the invasively wide powers it has to snoop on our lives, and develop a proportionate surveillance regime that better balances public safety with respect for privacy." – Megan Goulding, Liberty