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Why we’re challenging the UK’s surveillance laws in court today

Why we’re challenging the UK’s surveillance laws in court today

Why we’re challenging the UK’s surveillance laws in court today: One Wednesday afternoon in July 2015, a one-paragraph e-mail arrived at the offices of Amnesty International. The e-mail was from the UK Investigatory Powers Tribunal, and it confirmed that...
KAZAKHSTAN: UN call for prisoner of conscience’s release

KAZAKHSTAN: UN call for prisoner of conscience’s release

UN call for prisoner of conscience’s release: On 31 October a Council of Churches Baptist, Yuri Bekker, was given a criminal conviction for refusal to pay a fine imposed in 2016 for handing out religious literature on the street. He was given a one-year...