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Surveillance 'totally unwarranted'

Suspected of sending children to an out-of-distrct school, state collected a surveillance report and the family's telephone billing records.

"As far as I'm concerned, they're within their rights to scrutinize all applications, but the way they went about it was totally unwarranted.

International / Europe
Constant Surveillance Rankles Britons
Published: October 25, 2009

A local government's investigation of a British family over a girl's school application raised concerns about the usage of a 2000 surveillance law.


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