IPCO approves UK state surveillance, except MI5

06/03/2020 | The Register

The UK's Investigatory Powers Commissioner's Office (IPCO) has given public sector surveillance agencies a clean bill of health, except for MI5 who are still being investigated for failing to lock down a cloud-based server.

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