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
Whistle blown over extent of UK data seizures
16 May 2003

'Around one billion pieces of personal data are handed over to the police and other official bodies each year by communications companies, privacy advocates have calculated' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:50 PM Fri 16 May 2003 Categories: Privacy , ZDNET