The short the shortest answer is very few new things at first glance. Second answer, there is at least one gem – which is there is still a domestic spying effort. Third answer, all of Uncle Sam's children share their toys with one another, work together, operate domestically and invited their British friends.
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Pokemon Go is sweeping the nation and the world. Anecdotes and human interest stories abound. Like somebody who has been chasing some rare thing they can only see on their phone for hours, the public has Pokemania fatigue.
Privacy issues and stories about them abounded in the first days of the Pokedemic. I have not figured out what the game needs to access on my phone because I did not install it. I did have a look at how it works, and who built it, and the real privacy issues have not been given serious examination.
British right wing wants to withdraw from the human rights court that would hold GCHQ spying to account
An alliance of ten human rights groups has taken the British government to the European Court of Human Rights for seven years of illegal secret surveillance of British citizens. Their goal is to challenge a ruling by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, the regulatory body overseeing GCHQ, MI5 and MI6, which found government surveillance programs to be consistent with human rights and yet held large parts of their investigation in secret.