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Firm's threat over 'net-spying' Bill
9 July 2000

'A major internet service provider is threatening to quit Britain if the Government pushes ahead with a controversial bill to snoop on e-mails. Poptel, which provides net services to the TUC as well as various unions and voluntary groups, said that the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill should be rethought.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:26 PM Sun 9 Jul 2000 Categories: Cost to industry , Human Rights , RIP Interception (Part I Chapter 1) , thisismoney