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Pakistani human rights group sues UK government for discriminatory GCHQ surveillance

Publisher: 
Wired UK
Publication date: 
09-Jan-2014
Author(s): 
Liat Clark
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"Every country owes the same obligation to each individual whose communications pass through their territory: not to interfere with those communications, subject to permissible limitations established by law," Privacy International commented in a separate statement. "People who have had their communications intercepted, no matter their location or nationality, should be able to object to that interference in the courts and tribunals of the country that carried out the interception."