Liberty mounts latest court challenge to 'snooper's charter'

Rights group argues powers of MI5 and GCHQ to obtain and store data breach human rights

The legality of the intelligence services’ bulk surveillance activities under which personal data is obtained from social media companies as well as through hacking and interception is being being challenged in court.

Monday’s action by the civil rights organisation Liberty follows revelations last week that MI5 had lost control of its data storage operations and admitted there were “ungoverned spaces” on its computers where it did not know what it held.

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