In a blog post, the ICO reiterates her call for a code of practice so that police and prosecutors can better implement the findings from her office's 2020 report into mobile phone extraction practices across the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, Privacy International has outlined its dissatisfaction with the Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill, which includes provisions for extracting information from electronic devices. It relies solely on voluntary provision and agreement.
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