UK anti-terror law will invade privacy
Source: ZDNet UK - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
Privacy ISPs can keep logs of who does what online if Home Secretary David Blunkett relaxes the Data Protection Act in response to terror fears. An emergency package of anti-terrorism measures rushed forward by the UK government to allow data surveillance across . . . ISPs can keep logs of who does what online if Home Secretary David Blunkett relaxes the Data Protection Act in response to terror fears. An emergency package of anti-terrorism measures rushed forward by the UK government to allow data surveillance across the Internet was described by Internet think-tank Foundation for Information Policy Research (FIPR) as nothing to do with fighting terrorism but simply an invasion of consumer privacy.

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