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London adapts its laws to modern espionage

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According to The Times, Boris Johnson's government is crafting a legislative framework to monitor the actions of foreign states against the Crown . This would mean forcing anyone working in the UK for another state to report to the authorities or face serious prosecution. Likewise, the law would make it possible to prosecute anyone based abroad who is engaged in illegal computer activity in the UK. The Official Secrets Act of 1911 does not apply to foreigners. Former MI5 Director (2013-20) (...)

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