Australian tech firm Crowdcomms has confessed that an app it built for the British Conservative Party allowed access to profiles of politicians attending the party's annual conference in Birmingham.
The UK will have to change parts of its Investigatory Powers Act, after the High Court upheld a legal challenge brought by human rights campaigning group Liberty.
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