The Investigatory Powers Bill is a comprehensive rewriting of UK law on interception of communications, retention and access of communications data and related subjects.

The documents associated with the Bill are numerous.

This 4-page guide has links to the principal documents, ranging from the 2012 precursor of the draft Bill and the three independent reports that formed its basis, through the painstaking process of pre-legislative scrutiny, to the Bill introduced to Parliament last week.  It includes links to everything I have written on the topic to date, but does not attempt to do justice to the many fine commentaries from others.

I prepared it for this conference, at King’s College London later in the week.