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The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (Commencement No. 5 and Transitional and Saving Provisions) Regulations 2018

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Bulk provisions coming into force on 31st May 2018

5.  The following provisions of Part 6 (bulk warrants) come into force on 31st May 2018—

(a)section 136 (bulk interception warrants);

(b)section 137 (obtaining secondary data);

(c)section 138 (power to issue bulk interception warrants) for the purpose of the Secretary of State deciding to issue a bulk interception warrant but not for the purpose of the issuing of such a warrant;

(d)section 139 (additional requirements in respect of warrants affecting overseas operators);

(e)section 140 (approval of warrants by Judicial Commissioners);

(f)section 141 (decisions to issue warrants to be taken personally by the Secretary of State);

(g)section 142 (requirements that must be met by warrants);

(h)section 150 (safeguards relating to retention and disclosure of material);

(i)section 151 (safeguards relating to disclosure of material overseas);

(j)section 157 (Chapter 1: interpretation);

(k)section 176 (bulk equipment interference warrants: general);

(l)section 177 (meaning of “equipment data”);

(m)section 178 (power to issue bulk equipment interference warrants), for the purpose of the Secretary of State deciding to issue a bulk equipment interference warrant but not for the purpose of the issuing of such a warrant;

(n)section 179 (approval of warrants by Judicial Commissioners);

(o)section 182 (decisions to issue warrants to be taken personally by Secretary of State);

(p)section 183 (requirements that must be met by warrants);

(q)section 191 (safeguards relating to retention and disclosure of material);

(r)section 192 (safeguards relating to disclosure of material overseas);

(s)section 198 (Chapter 3: interpretation).

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