US tech groups fire back over proposed UK surveillance law
January 7, 2016
Silicon Valley’s biggest companies are urging the government to reconsider large swaths of the UK’s proposed new surveillance law, saying it will have far-reaching implications for how other countries upgrade their spying regimes in the digital age.
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