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May your privacy RIP
27 July 2000

'The 'snoopers' charter' is now ready to become law, allowing the government unprecedented powers to pry into business and personal electronic communication. But, says Online editor Victor Keegan, it's the nature of the electronic beast to find ways of escape' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:18 PM Thu 27 Jul 2000 Categories: The Guardian