Emergency UK Legislation Expands Government Powers to Retain and Intercept Data

DRIP became law following emergency “fast-tracked” procedures on the basis that its enactment was essential to ensure continued national security. This meant it passed through all of the stages of Parliament in four days (a process that often takes months or even years), allowing no time for meaningful debate.

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