Group Seeking To Sue Gov’t Hits Fundraising Goal
SURVEILLANCE—UKOctober 10, 2013
A group of privacy advocates aiming to take legal action against the government’s alleged surveillance activities has hit its fundraising target, IT Pro reports. After two days of fundraising, the group—which calls itself Privacy not PRISM and includes such members as Big Brother Watch and the Open Rights Group—raised £20,000. The group plans to take its case to the European Court of Human Rights.