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RIP Bill comes under fresh attack
22 March 2000

'On the eve of a privacy conference, two leading human rights organisations have accused the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill of violating human rights laws. A forthcoming government bill concerning Internet communication directly contravenes the European Convention of Human Rights, according to a report published on Wednesday by leading civil liberty rights groups.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:05 AM Wed 22 Mar 2000 Categories: Govt. Consultations , Human Rights , ZDNET