Seven ISPs from around the world have joined with pressure group Privacy International to take action against GCHQ in relation to activities revealed by Snowden.  The ISPs claim that GCHQ carried out illegal network attacks.  This is the third case Privacy International has filed as a result of the Snowden revelations.  The claims include allegations that GCHQ contravened the UK Computer Misuse Act and Article 1 of the First Additional Protocol of the European Convention of Human Rights and that surveillance breached Articles 8 and 10 of the Convention.