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16 May 2003

'Privacy International is urging the UK public to contact their communications operators to find out how much data is being stored about them. This move, the organisation believes, should help to establish how much information is kept in customer records and could also encourage greater respect for privacy.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:53 PM Fri 16 May 2003 Categories: Privacy , Silicon.com