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RIP to civil liberties and the e-business revolution
16 July 2000

'On Thursday, the British Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Bill completed its passage through the Lords, on its way to the Statute Book in October. Although their Lordships have done some sterling work in Committee, the Bill that now returns to the Lower House preserves intact its sinister essence as a spooks' charter.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:59 PM Sun 16 Jul 2000 Categories: Cost to industry , Privacy , The Observer