Electronic surveillance and data information

22 April 2009

Lord Craig of Radley (Crossbench), former Chief of Defence Staff, will call attention to the effect on civil liberties from electronic surveillance and the collection, monitoring, storage and loss of digital information about individual members of the public in a debate this Thursday, 23 April, in the House of Lords.

Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Steyn (Crossbench); retired Law Lord
  • Baroness Barker (Liberal Democrat); interest in civil liberties
  • Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer (Liberal Democrat); spokesperson for Home Affairs
  • Lord Woolf (Crossbench); former Lord Chief Justice and retired Law Lord
  • Lord West of Spithead (Labour); Parliamentary-under-Secretary of State for the Home Office

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