Monday, 10 December 2018

UK to rush in new surveillance law under banner of 'emergency legislation'

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 10 July 14

Civil liberties group cries foul as government renews bid to force telcos to retain communications data.

The U.K. government plans to fast-track a new 'emergency' bill requiring telcos to retain communications data. In a statement on Thursday, the government said there is an urgent need to usher in new rules after the European Court of Justice invalidated the EU's Data Retention Directive…

The U.K. government plans to fast-track a new 'emergency' bill requiring telcos to retain communications data. In a statement on Thursday, the government said there is an urgent need to usher in new rules after the European Court of Justice invalidated the EU's Data Retention Directive…

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