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RIP comes in for roasting from former government adviser
12 June 2000

'The Institute of Directors(IoD) head of e-business policy, Professor Jim Norton -- formerly head of the Cabinet Office's Performance of Innovation Unit which produced the definitive government report on e-commerce last September -- is the latest critic of the RIP (Regulation of Investigatory Powers) Bill.' link

Posted by SteveC at 05:55 PM Mon 12 Jun 2000 Categories: Cost to industry , ZDNET