Police could be forced to destroy huge archives of surveillance photographs taken at protests, riots and football matches following a landmark judgment.

Appeal Court judges ruled yesterday that a law-abiding arms trade activist had his human rights breached when police took photos of him at a protest and kept them on file.

In a judgment that could change the way all UK police forces monitor protesters, the Metropolitan Police was told to destroy all pictures of Andrew Wood.

Bron: DailyMail


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