BBC 4: The Moral Maze – Intelligence Sharing of non-supects – Silkie Carlo

Big Brother Watch Team / June 6, 2018

“Key” biographical data on – potentially – hundreds of people will be given to neighbourhood police, councils and other public agencies such as the Probation Service and the Charity Commission. Is this an example of sensible information-sharing in the interest of national security, or is it the problematic extension of counter-terrorism responsibilities to those who may not be qualified to handle them?

Listen now: The Morality of Suspicion