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FIPR response to the retention of communications data consultation
30 May 2003

'...We therefore strongly urge that the Home Office drop all plans for retention and allow the powers to require it to lapse on 13 December 2003 under s.105 of ATCS. They should follow the lead of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation and rely instead on data preservation powers.'

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Posted by SteveC at 01:29 PM Fri 30 May 2003 Categories: Data retention , FIPR releases