Human rights group Liberty has launched a short film highlighting the unprecedented, unnecessary and deeply intrusive spying powers handed to hundreds of public bodies by the latest incarnation of the Snoopers’ Charter.
Created by Liberty and creative agency Don’t Panic, sees comedian Olivia Lee take to the streets demanding a look at strangers’ most personal and sensitive information – the same information to which a broad range of public bodies will gain unfettered access if the Investigatory Powers Bill becomes law.
Creative Director: Richard Beer
Creative: George McCullum, Alistair Griggs, Eva Steiner
Additional Credits: Managing Director: Joe Wade
Director: Joylon Rubinstein
Producer: Errol Ettienne
Project Lead: Nisha Mullea
Project Manager: Gabriel Mathews
Talent: Olivia Lee
Senior Editor: Jamie Ticker
Filmographer: Ryan Samuda