How to find out if you’ve been spied on

Privacy International has created a platform which lets people file complaints with UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) about surveillance of phone calls and Internet usage.

Privacy International said it is likely that your communications were swept up by the NSA’s mass surveillance programme and passed on to Britain’s intelligence agency.

“Because of our recent victory against GCHQ in court, now anyone in the world can try to find out if GCHQ illegally had access to information about them from the NSA,” said Privacy International.

It has published options for individuals or companies to send claims to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal to find out if GCHQ illegally spied on them.

More information here: Did GCHQ Illegally Spy on You?

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