~UK SURVEILLANCE LAW~
SOMETHING I THINK THE UK POLICE FORCES & EX POLICE & MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO ARE NOW WORKING IN THE PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS SECTOR SHOULD PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO~
UK POLICE FORCES ILLEGALLY SPYING ON INNOCENT PEOPLE & VIOLATING ALL THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS FOR FUN &/OR PROFIT…
Can police record you in your home without permission in the UK?
It is legal to record someone without their permission IF IT IS IN THE PUBLIC INTERESTS TO DO SO.
For example, if you are recording to gather evidence of criminal or corrupt behaviour, the crime you document is more serious than the civil offence you are potentially committing by recording.
Listening devices and the UK law
The use of listening devices is permitted under UK law providing that they are used in compliance with Data Protection and Human Rights laws. If a government body or organisation intends to use listening or recording devices they must follow the laws put in place by the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA). It is usually permitted to record audio covertly in a public setting or one’s own home.
Legal requirements of listening and recording device use~
It is illegal to use listening or recording devices that are not permitted for public use. Individuals may only use listening or recording devices within reasonable privacy laws for legitimate security and safety reasons. Many people use listening devices in their own property to capture evidence of excessive noise in a neighbour complaint, which is legal in normal circumstances.
Legal use of listening and recording devices ~
It is legal to use listening or recording devices in public areas, in an office or business area, or in one’s own home. Many people use listening devices to record evidence or even just to take notes for their own reference.
Illegal use of listening and recording devices~
It is illegal to use listening devices on certain Military band and Air Band UHF and FM frequencies –
People in the past who have not followed this law have been fined over £10,000. (Messers Quinn & Whitfield).
This is because the use of a radio transmission bug that transmits on restricted frequencies contravenes the Telecommunications Act and is illegal.
It is also against the law to place a listening or recording device in someone else’s home. (Messers Quinn & Whitfield).
It might be worth mentioning here that it Is possible to intercept some ‘transmissions’ between those who are illegally spying on you via FM radio frequencies & Record those conversations for use in legal proceedings. 👍⚖️
Due to privacy and human rights laws, using a listening or recording device to intrude on the reasonable expectation of privacy of an individual is highly illegal, (Messers Quinn & Whitfield).
ERGO: placing gadgets in someone’s home or car to which one does not have permitted access, or in a private area such as a bathroom, IS TOTALLY ILLEGAL. & in Full Violation of my Human Rights.
Miss Janson has a lot to answer for.
Is it illegal to video record someone without their consent in the UK?
~Video Recording Without Consent UK
Taking photographs or shooting video in public places is not illegal unless it’s for nefarious purposes. … Taking photos or video of someone where there is the expectation of privacy is a breach of privacy laws… Messers Quinn & Whitfield.
Can police listen to phone calls in the UK?
The requirement to obtain a warrant was in practice arbitrary, as there was no guidance available saying in which circumstances these would be granted. So today, the police can listen to your phone calls, but they need a reason which will stand up in court.
~Without a court order, the police CANNOT listen to your phone conversations, (DS BRIAN QUINN) unless one of the parties consents to their use of a wiretap.
Can police check your Internet history in the UK?
Furthermore, authorities are allowed to access your Internet connection records without a warrant. These include the following authorities: Metropolitan Police Service. Brian Quinn…detective superintendent. I know what you’ve been up to! You & Miss Janson are going to prison.
Is it illegal to film someone in their garden in the UK?
The Uk law is clear ~ you cannot record someone on their property.
Can I sue someone for videoing me without my permission?
You can sue someone who records you without permission on private property, or when you were expecting privacy. Human Rights Violations.
Is privacy a human right in the UK?
In the UK, human rights are protected by the Human Rights Act 1998. Article 8 – the right to respect for your family and private life, your home and your correspondence is one of the rights protected by the Human Rights Act. …
What kind of crime is invasion of privacy?
Invasion of privacy is a tort based in common law allowing an aggrieved party to bring a lawsuit against an individual who unlawfully intrudes into his/her private affairs, discloses his/her private information, publicizes him/her in a false light, or appropriates his/her name for personal gain.
Can police hack your phone in the UK?
The PSNI can now hack into phones and tablets Only if they are seized as part of criminal investigations. New technology reportedly bought by the service allows it to bypass encryption and see everything in a device – even when the owner refuses to hand over their password.
Can a SIM card be tapped?
short answer to this is yes. It’s absolutely possible for someone to clone or even hack your SIM card.
Why privacy is a human right?
Privacy is a fundamental right, essential to autonomy and the protection of human dignity, serving as the foundation upon which many other human rights are built. … Privacy helps us establish boundaries to limit who has access to our bodies, places and things, as well as our communications and our information.
What are the 10 basic human rights?
~International Bill of Rights~
*The right to equality and freedom from discrimination.
*The right to life, liberty, and personal security.
*Freedom from torture and degrading & inhuman treatment.
*The right to equality before the law.
*The right to a fair trial.
*The right to privacy.
*Freedom of belief and religion.
*Freedom of opinion.
Human Rights Basics – The Advocates for Human Rights
Is it legal to follow someone in the UK?
Stalking is illegal and can include being followed or constantly harassed by another person – for example being followed & harassed.
Call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger.
Except if you are Me…apparently it’s OK for Miss Janson to stalk Me!
What are Human Rights in the UK?
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world. In the UK human rights are protected by the Human Rights Act 1998.
Remember this Brian, Russell, Melissa, Lyle, et al, when you are all stood in front of a judge being sentenced.
Has the UK signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Members of the Council of Europe used the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to draw up this treaty to secure basic rights both for their own citizens and for other nationalities within their borders. The Convention was signed in Rome in 1950, ratified by the UK in 1951 and came into force in 1953.
What happens if GDPR is breached in the UK?
The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) sets a maximum fine of €20 million (about £18 million) or 4% of annual global turnover – whichever is greater – for infringements. LINDSAY BAXTER-CORNWALL HOUSING. DEVON & CORNWALL POLICE. DS BRIAN QUINN HMICFRS.
When did GDPR become law in the UK?
New rules relating to how we collect and process personal data – the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – came into effect in the UK on 25 May 2018.
Is GDPR applicable to the UK?
The EU GDPR will no longer apply directly in the UK at the end of the transition period (31 December 2020). However, UK organisations must still comply with its requirements after this point. First, the DPA 2018 enacts the EU GDPR’s requirements in UK law. … This new regime will be known as ‘the UK GDPR’.
Is it illegal to have cameras in bathrooms in the UK?
~It is legal to set up a camera in your own home or business… BUT ~ It is illegal to use spy cameras in areas where subjects may have a reasonable expectation privacy.
Can you lose your human rights?
Human rights are inalienable. They should not be taken away, except in specific situations and according to due process. For example, the right to liberty may be restricted if a person is found guilty of a crime by a court of law.
Can police search your car in the UK?
In England and Wales, stop and search is the power given to police (NOT A PCSO) to search an individual or vehicle if they have “reasonable grounds” to suspect the person is carrying: illegal drugs. a weapon. stolen property…
& Not because they are doing a ‘favour for friends’ who don’t like you & want to humiliate you PCSO MIKE DODDS 30665….
WHO, BY THE WAY, WAS REMOVED FROM DUTY AT CAMELFORD POLICE STATION IN CORNWALL & SENT ‘AWAY ON A JOB’ FOR 2 MONTHS AT THE SAME TIME MY BLOG WENT LIVE… AS WAS PCSO CLARE BARNES 30263, WHO HAS BEEN SENT ‘PERMANENTLY’ TO EXETER!
Both spirited away to try to avoid embarrassment, I expect, when the shit hits the fan…
Both of these volunteers were directly involved in breaking several laws & human rights violations between 28th February 2019 & 30th April 2019. Dodds is still violating my human rights with the help of Detective Superintendent Brian Quinn HMICFRS. & Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer of Devon & Cornwall Police & Alison Hernandez the Police & Crime Commissioner for Devon & Cornwall Police…She has Evidence sitting on her desk that Proves Beyond A Shadow Of A Doubt that police officers LIED in a fabricated report submitted for 1st March 2019, as did 2 members of The South West Ambulance Service & a clinician named Natalie in a hospital that has NO RECORD OF ME AT ALL on the date specified in the Fabricated reports, or any other day remotely close to it.
Ms Hernandez has so far totally Ignored the evidence, as has a PC Andrew Skelton (acting sergeant) at Launceston police station since it landed on his desk on the 9th September 2020. He was put in charge of investigating some of my previous complaints regarding these matters & I took the liberty of recording quite a long & stressful phone conversation with him on the 12th September 2020 because I fully expected him to LIE!
Ms Hernandez has been in possession of Evidence from several sources including HEAD of Naval Security in Portsmouth since the 13th August 2020 delivered to her personally via Hermes courier!
I have lodged a formal complaint with the IOPC against PC Skelton for inaction & will be following it up with another complaint for gross misconduct due to the contents of a letter received from him on the 6th November 2020 which is, in its entirety, fabricated.
I have proof for this statement if anyone at Devon & Police headquarters has the balls to do their job properly & honestly?~ I doubt there is Anyone left within that particular police force who is not succeptable to corruption though, so I won’t hold my breath.
Human Rights Outlined in the International Bill of Rights
• The right to equality and freedom from discrimination
• The right to life, liberty, and personal security
• Freedom from torture and degrading treatment
• The right to equality before the law
• The right to a fair trial
• The right to privacy
• Freedom of belief and religion
• Freedom of opinion • Right of peaceful assembly and association
• The right to participate in government
• The right to social security
• The right to work
• The right to an adequate standard of living
• The right to education
• The right to health
• The right to food and housing
Q: Who is Responsible for Upholding Human Rights?
ANSWER: Under human rights treaties, governments have the primary responsibility for protecting and promoting human rights. However, governments are not solely responsible for ensuring human rights. The UDHR states:
“Every individual and every organ of society … shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance.”
This provision means that not only the government, but also businesses, civil society, and individuals are responsible for promoting and respecting human rights.
When a government ratifies a human rights treaty, it assumes a legal obligation to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights contained in the treaty. Governments are obligated to make sure that human rights are protected by both preventing human rights violations against people within their territories and providing effective remedies for those whose rights are violated. Government parties to a treaty must do the following:
Governments must not deprive people of a right or interfere with persons exercising their rights.
For example, governments can:
• Create constitutional guarantees of human rights.
• Provide ways for people who have suffered human rights violations by the government to seek legal remedies from domestic and international courts.
• Sign international human rights treaties
Governments must prevent private actors from violating the human rights of others.
For example, governments can:
• Prosecute perpetrators of human rights abuses, such as crimes of domestic violence.
• Educate people about human rights and the importance of respecting the human rights of others.
• Cooperate with the international community in preventing and prosecuting crimes against humanity and other violations
Governments must take positive action to facilitate the enjoyment of basic human rights.
For example, governments can:
• Provide free, high-quality public education.
• Create a public defender system so that everyone has access to a lawyer.
• Ensure everyone has access to food by funding public assistance programs.
• Fund a public education campaign on the right to vote