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Synonyms for investigatory

designed to find information or ascertain facts

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In the course of the proceedings, both parties will be invited to submit positions including any evidence with regard to the final reports of the investigatory chamber and they may request a hearing.
A Cleveland Police spokesperson said: "The acquisition and disclosure of communications data is governed by the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000.
Why is there such opposition to the new Investigatory Powers Bill, with MPs demanding judges must sign warrants to permit intrusion into an individual's privacy?
An overhaul of the oversight |arrangements which will be headed by a new Investigatory Powers Commissioner, who will be a senior judge.
A new, single, stronger body led by a powerful Investigatory Powers Commissioner, a senior judge will replace the existing oversight arrangements split across three different bodies to establish a more visible, world-leading oversight regime.
She said the Investigatory Powers Bill would not include automatic powers to go through people's browsing history and any "intrusive" actions would be subject of "strong oversight arrangements".
Government officials had already been working on a DRIPA follow-up, with the newest version coming in the soon-to-be-introduced Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB), according to The Guardian.
Mr Eadie conceded that this may indeed have happened when GCHQ were doing bulk data interceptions of the kind authorised under the 2000 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.
A new Investigatory Powers Bill, commonly referred to as the 'Snoopers' Charter', will expand the ability of intelligence agencies to collect information.
Accordingly, effective today, December 17, 2014, I am resigning as independent chairman of the investigatory chamber of the Fifa ethics committee.
Last Thursday FIFA said there were no grounds to reopen the controversial bidding processes, following a long-awaited report compiled by chairman of the investigatory chamber of FIFA's Ethics Committee Michael Garcia.
An investigatory interview is when you are questioned by your manager or director about any issue that you are, or may have been, involved with that could possibly lead to disciplinary action.
Reports revealed that the investigatory chamber of UEFA's Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) has found City did not comply with FFP rules given their exceptional one billion-pound spending spree under the ownership of Sheikh Mansour.
But if investigatory stops were completely banned, police would be nothing more than courts' bailiffs serving warrants.
Israeli OffPNN Israeli Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein claimed Tuesday that the Israeli Defense Force Civil Administration needs to create an investigatory unit to enforce criminal law against illegal settler building in the West Bank.