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London’s Burning Over Government Surveillance Plans

May 21, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Officials in the UK want to give law enforcement organizations the ability monitor certain aspects of all electronic communications. The proposal wouldn’t let police read a message’s actual content without a warrant, but they would be able to learn who sent it, who received it, how long it was and the place from which it was sent. The idea has privacy advocates troubled.

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