Surveillance and security news archive
> Home
> About
> Policy Work
> Trust in E-commerce and E-government
> Surveillance and security
> News
> News by category/date
> Intellectual property and the public domain
> International law and the Internet
> Academic freedom
> Achievements
> Friends of FIPR
> Events
> Contact FIPR
New 'snooper's charter' faces legal challenge
16 October 2003

'The so-called "snooper's charter", which will allow public agencies to gather data about telephone and email traffic, could be illegal, according to privacy campaigners.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:41 PM Thu 16 Oct 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Surveillance & Security , The Telegraph