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Archives for 'Internet Magazine' category.

'Internet Villain' of the year was awarded to the Home Office - Internet Magazine

'Internet Villain' of the year was awarded to the Home Office - "for the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security (ATCS) Act, and continual delays associated with the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA)".

Posted by SteveC at 01:53 PM Sat 22 Feb 2003 Categories: Awards , Internet Magazine
Stallman supports Internet Campaign - Internet Magazine

Stallman supports Internet Campaign

Posted by SteveC at 01:05 PM Fri 6 Apr 2001 Categories: Internet Magazine , Misc
Manifesto for the Internet - Internet Magazine

A Manifesto for the Internet - Repeal the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act immediately ... consult widely on new legislation which will allow police and other agencies the legal power they need to investigate crime without damaging the security of the Net and without trampling over the civil liberties of every one of us.

Posted by SteveC at 01:45 PM Sun 1 Apr 2001 Categories: Internet Magazine , Misc
Locked in the crypt - Internet Magazine

'When the Government published the Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Bill in February, it looked like Home Secretary Jack Straw and his ministerial poodle Charles Clarke were just demonstrating how little they understood the Net. The idea was to bring police phone-tapping powers up to date so they applied to online communications. But the Home Office slipped in two rather nasty proposals.' link

Posted by SteveC at 01:22 PM Sat 1 Jul 2000 Categories: Internet Magazine , RIP Interception (Part I Chapter 1)