UK FOREIGN Secretary denies internet snooping

Britain’s GCHQ eavesdropping base in Cheltenham

FOREIGN Secretary William Hague insisted yesterday that GCHQ has not been using a US internet spy programme to dodge tough legal checks on its activities.

He said reports that the UK’s eavesdropping centre had circumvented the law to gatherdata on British citizens were “nonsense”.

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But he refused to confirm or deny claims GCHQ has had access to the Prism programme, which the US has used since 2010 to access the systems of nine of the world’s top internet companies, including Google, Facebook,Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo and Skype.

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