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A new blow to our privacy
6 June 2002

'Last week's unexpected vote by the European Parliament to give sweeping powers to EU governments to monitor internet, phone and email traffic has angered civil liberties groups everywhere. It will allow governments to force phone and internet companies to keep detailed records of customers' web, phone and email usage for a long time.' link

Posted by SteveC at 07:49 PM Thu 6 Jun 2002 Categories: Privacy , The Guardian