Anti-terror legal powers questioned
Intrusive anti-terrorism powers that give police the right to detain travellers for up to six hours without suspicion, as well as download data from their phones and laptops, are unlawful, a group of MPs has warned. In its report on the new Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill, the Joint Committee on Human Rights said powers to access, search, examine, copy and retain data held on personal electronic devices, are not "in accordance with the law".
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