India introduces Central Monitoring System
Source: The Register UK - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Privacy Privacy advocates are up in arms after the Indian government began quietly rolling out a Rs.4 billion(£47.8m) Central Monitoring System (CMS) designed to give the authorities sweeping access to citizensí phone calls and internet comms in the name of national security. The scheme is initially thought to have been conceived as a response to the threat of terrorism, such as the 2008 Mumbai attacks which killed over 150 people and injured hundreds more.

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