January 27 2011
The British government has unveiled new measures aimed at easing some controls on terrorism suspects in part to respond to the objections of human-rights activists, reports the New York Times.
The detention system currently gives suspects curfews for up to16 hours a day, forbids them access to cell phones and computers, and requires them to wear electronic tagging devices that are monitored by the police.
Changes were announced Wednesday by Home Secretary Theresa May and...
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