Malone v The United Kingdom: ECHR 26 Apr 1985

Hudoc Judgment (Just satisfaction) Struck out of the list (friendly settlement)
8691/79, [1985] ECHR 5
Bailii, Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights 8.1
Citing:
See AlsoMalone v The United Kingdom ECHR 2-Aug-1984
The complainant asserted that his telephone conversation had been tapped on the authority of a warrant signed by the Secretary of State, but that there was no system to supervise such warrants, and that it was not therefore in ‘accordance with law’. . .
See AlsoMalone v Commissioner of the Police for the Metropolis (No 2) ChD 28-Feb-1979
The court considered the lawfulness of telephone tapping. The issue arose following a trial in which the prosecution had admitted the interception of the plaintiff’s telephone conversations under a warrant issued by the Secretary of State. The . .

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Updated: 06 January 2021; Ref: scu.164943