[BBC] David Miranda feels "invaded" after password disclosure

A Brazilian man held for nine hours at Heathrow airport under anti-terror laws says he feels "invaded" after divulging his email and social media passwords. David Miranda said his interrogators threatened he could go to prison if he did not co-operate. [...]

Former Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer, who helped introduce the Terrorism Act 2000 when Labour was in office, said the wrong law was used to detain Mr Miranda.

"The problem the state is dealing with here is that they worry that some material, if published, might damage national security," he told the BBC.

"Well, use the powers they've got to deal with that, don't use these powers, which are intended to be used only against people who are or might be terrorists." [...]

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