MP3: UK foreign sec refutes 'fanciful' PRISM claims

09.06.2013

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UK foreign sec refutes \'fanciful\' PRISM claims MP3

UK foreign secretary, William Hague, has said it's 'fanciful nonsense' to suggest British spies might have used the secret US surveillance program to illegally gather information on British citizens. There have been calls in many countries, including Australia, for governments to declare if they've used information from the program, potentially circumventing national laws governing such intelligence gathering. Source: abc.net.au

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