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


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.