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Exodus threat over e-snooping
13 June 2000

'Internet companies may quit Britain if laws are passed to allow the official interception of e-mails, business leaders warned yesterday. They fear the costs of complying with new leglislation will make them uncompetitive, while customers will prefer to do business in countries where their online privacy is assured.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:10 PM Tue 13 Jun 2000 Categories: