Government Communications Security Bureau Act 2003

  • repealed
  • Government Communications Security Bureau Act 2003: repealed, on 28 September 2017, by section 242(3)(c) of the Intelligence and Security Act 2017 (2017 No 10).
3 Purpose

The purpose of this Act is to—

(a)

continue the Government Communications Security Bureau and establish it as a department of State:

(b)

specify the objective and functions of the Bureau:

(c)

specify the circumstances in which the Bureau requires an interception warrant or access authorisation to intercept communications:

(d)

specify the conditions that are necessary for the issue of an interception warrant or access authorisation and the matters that may be authorised by a warrant or an authorisation:

(e)

specify the circumstances in which the Bureau may use interception devices to intercept communications without a warrant or an authorisation.

Section 3(c): replaced, on 26 September 2013, by section 4 of the Government Communications Security Bureau Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 57).

Section 3(d): replaced, on 26 September 2013, by section 4 of the Government Communications Security Bureau Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 57).

Section 3(e): replaced, on 26 September 2013, by section 4 of the Government Communications Security Bureau Amendment Act 2013 (2013 No 57).