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RIP bill mocked for passing 'complexity pain barrier'
3 July 2000

'The UK Government has amended its plans to give authorities sweeping new powers to police the internet after withering criticism from campaigners and a threatened backlash in the House of Lords.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:05 PM Mon 3 Jul 2000 Categories: Reverse of burden of proof ,