Met Breached Sun Journalists’ Human Rights

A Sun spokesperson said:

“We are pleased that the specialist Tribunal has today ruled that the Police’s actions in secretly accessing the telephone data of The Sun and three of its journalists was in breach of our rights to protect our confidential sources. Today’s outcome vindicates our concerns that our rights to protect confidential sources on matters of significant public interest – such as “Plebgate” – are at risk unless the law is now changed to protect all journalists from unfair and unnecessary Police intrusion.”

Final proof RIPA needs serious reform…


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