NSA

British High Court Limits the Inspection of Material Seized From Glenn Greenwald's Partner

Data can only be copied, shared, or inspected for national security reasons

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Only partial examination of material seized from a Brazilian man held at Heathrow airport under anti-terror laws can take place, judges have ruled.

David Miranda, the partner of a Guardian journalist who exposed secret information on US data surveillance, has been granted a limited injunction.

It stops government and police "inspecting, copying or sharing" data, except for national security purposes.