EncroChat and AN0M cases open breach in British interceptions law

Britain is one of the few countries where intercepted communications cannot be used as evidence in a court case, a position that is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain given Britain's involvement in international police operations to cyber-infiltrate criminal groups. [...] (398 words)
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