Eric King is a Visiting Lecturer in law at Queen Mary, University of London. He is also Director of Don’t Spy On Us, a UK coalition campaigning for surveillance reform. Previously he was the Deputy Director at Privacy International where his campaign for export controls on surveillance technology resulted in new international trade controls between more than 50 countries in 2013, after a number of years of exposing the surveillance industry and their role in human rights abuses. More recently he has worked to reform laws governing signals intelligence collection, bringing a series of legal challenges against intelligence agencies.
Published in: digitaLibertiesRaw intelligence-sharing and the Investigatory Powers Bill
Despite wanting to set a 'gold standard' some areas remain too sensitive to place under the rule of law, it seems.