Top court rules EU states must curb mass spying on data

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Top court rules EU states must curb mass spying on data

Win for privacy rights advocacy groups.

The European Union's top court ruled on Tuesday that unrestrained mass surveillance of phone and internet data is unlawful, in a move which could curb the powers of spying agencies in France and other EU countries. Privacy rights advocacy groups brought the case and the outcome is likely to ...

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