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Monday, 2 April 2018

Privacy fears over police spy tools that can break into mobile phones - the Times - SNOOPERS CHARTER


[My phone is regularly interfered with and has been for years...ed.]A freedom of information request revealed that 26 forces in the UK use hacking tools to break into handsets


A freedom of information request revealed that 26 forces in the UK use hacking tools to break into handsets

JOE GIDDENS/PA Mark Bridge, Technology Correspondent
The Times

Police forces across Britain are using espionage technology to download the entire contents of mobile phones belonging to suspects, witnesses and victims.
At least 26 forces use the laptop-size devices to extract emails, photos, passwords and conversations on encrypted messaging apps without using a password or thumbprint. According to Privacy International, a privacy rights charity, forces do not obtain warrants or seek permission from the people whose phones they search.
The technology was first introduced by the Metropolitan Police for the London Olympics in 2012 and has been quietly rolled out. Privacy International’s report says police are operating without any clear legal framework and often break into phones belonging to people who have not been convicted of any crime, including witnesses and victims.
After the campaign group sent freedom of information requests to 47 forces, 26 said they used phone-cracking tools to override handsets’ security. Of the remainder, eight said they had trialled or intended to trial them, and the remainder failed to respond or said they held no relevant information.
Officers can break into phones at self-service kiosks within police stations, by taking them to “hubs” staffed by specialists, or by carrying portable “phone-extraction” devices on operations. The devices use technology from companies including the Israeli Cellebrite and Swedish MSAB, which has claimed that “if you’ve got access to a Sim card, you’ve got access to the whole of a person’s life”.
Evidence from mobile phones is increasingly important in investigations and prosecutions, but critics fear the technology is being over-used and putting the data of innocent people at risk. The contents of one person’s phone could include photos and sensitive information related to scores of contacts.
The report cites Metropolitan Police documents stating that if officers require one photo or text message from a witness’s phone, the system will extract all their photos or text messages by default. Wiltshire police guidelines refer to “collateral intrusion whereby data other than that requested by the officer is obtained”.
Privacy International has called for an urgent independent review into this “widespread, intrusive but secretive practice”. The group is concerned that phone data should only be taken where necessary and proportionate and should be stored securely and deleted where there is no legal reason to keep it.
Millie Graham Wood, a solicitor for the group, said: “The police can take data from your phone without your consent, without your knowledge and without a warrant. It is disturbing that the police have such a highly draconian power, operating in secret, without any accountability to the public.”
David Lammy, MP for Tottenham, said: “The lack of transparency around new policing tools such as mobile phone extraction is a serious cause for concern.”
The Home Office defended the practice, saying in a statement: “The government is committed to ensuring that police officers have the appropriate powers to tackle crime. As part of this it is important that they can, in limited circumstances, access data that may be vital to their investigations. Current legislation allows data to be accessed when there are reasonable grounds to believe it contains evidence [ . . .] and only then in adherence with data protection and human rights obligations.”
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Sunday, 20 November 2016


SHOCKING: SNOOPER'S CHARTER IS NOW LAW Nov. 2016: "Britain has passed the 'most extreme surveillance law ever passed", SNOWDEN, GCHQ #massurveillance - VIDEO