Snowden files injunction

Solicitors for the partner of a Guardian journalist detained under anti-terror laws at Heathrow and the Met Police have agreed the terms of a emergency injunction over the extent of the use of material seized by officers.

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HIgh Court hears David Miranda detention case

Legal action for an injunction aimed at stopping examination of material seized from a Guardian journalist's partner returns to the High Court today.

Two judges in London granted orders last week that partially and temporarily curtailed police use of data taken from David Miranda, who was detained at Heathrow Airport under anti-terror laws.

David Miranda was held at Heathrow while on his way from Berlin to Rio. Credit: Credit: APTN/Globo TV

Mr Miranda's partner is Glenn Greenwald, who has worked with US whistleblower Edward Snowden on a series of security services exposes.

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