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4 August 2000

'Following closely in the giant state footprints of the Terrorism Act comes the RIP Act (Regulation of Investigatory Powers). Last Friday the RIP Bill was signed by royal assent, and will become law in October - another futurist slice of Halloween horror from the Home Office' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:35 PM Fri 4 Aug 2000 Categories: SchNEWS