The comment follows the recently published Interception of Communications Commissioner's Office (IOCCO) report blaming British police for making applications to reveal journalists' sources.
On Wednesday, the IOCCO issued a report for British Prime Minister David Cameron saying that over the past three years UK police have made over 600 requests to uncover reporters' confidential sources using anti-terror legislation.
Earlier on Thursday, the IOCCO confirmed to Sputnik that David Cameron had accepted their recommendations.
The IOCCO is a British surveillance watchdog that reviews the interception of communications and the disclosure of communications data. It prepares a report for the British prime minister every six months.