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The solution to RIP, email sackings and Big Brother
12 January 2001

'The last six months have been a terrible time for Internet users in the UK. The RIP Act is obviously the worst of it - the government has given itself almost unbelievable powers of access to people's communication and then gone out of its way to make it as non-answerable to the public as possible.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:37 PM Fri 12 Jan 2001 Categories: RIP Interception (Part I Chapter 1) , Surveillance & Security , The Register