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High Court rules against Priti Patel over data being extracted from migrants' mobile phones

Sky News Friday, 25 March 2022
High Court rules against Priti Patel over data being extracted from migrants' mobile phonesThe High Court has found that the Home Office acted unlawfully in a programme known as Project Sunshine in which data was extracted from mobile phones seized off migrants who arrived on small boats.
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