Did GCHQ spy on you- how to check

A recent UK tribunal that GCHQ illegally spied on UK citizens means that you can now try and find out if they spied on you.

The Tribunal’s decision was the first time that the court ruled against the intelligence agencies since it was established in 2000.

It found that GCHQ collected data from the NSA’s Prism and Upstream programmes was unlawful, because the rules governing the collection were kept secret.

According to documents disclosed by Edward Snowden, those programmes spied “by default”, meaning that millions of people could have had information taken by GCHQ.

“The public have a right to know if they were illegally spied on, and GCHQ must come clean on whose records they hold that they should never have had in the first place,” said Eric King, deputy director of Privacy International. “There are few chances that people have to directly challenge the seemingly unrestrained surveillance state, but individuals now have a historic opportunity finally hold GCHQ accountable for their unlawful actions.”

You can sign up through Privacy International’s website at did GCHQ spy on you- how to check by giving personal details that will then be collated and taken to the court. Privacy International will request that GCHQ “come clean” on the surveillance that it has on those people.

Have you ever made a phone call, sent an email, or, you know, use the internet? Of course you have!

Chances are, at some point over the past decade, your communications were collected by one of NSA’s mass surveillance programs and passed on to Britain’s intelligence agency, GCHQ. But no one could find out if their records were part of those illegally shared… until now!

Thanks to a recent court ruling, anyone in the world — yes, ANYONE, including you — can find out if GCHQ illegally received information about you from the NSA.

So just sign up through Privacy International’s website at did GCHQ spy on you- how to check now!