UK Gov reveals legal framework for intercepting all citizens’ social media communications

Basically the interpretation is that since the servers on which these services are hosted are in foreign countries, they are classed as “external communications”, which allows them to intercept them indiscriminately as opposed to needing a warrant. This also applies to webmail services and Google searches.

UK intelligence forced to reveal secret policy for mass surveillance of residents’ Facebook and Google use | Privacy International.

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