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Privacy group throws book at Amazon
12 June 2000

'Caspar Bowden, director of think tank the Foundation for Information Policy Research, and Conservative peer Lord Cope of Berkeley were awarded 'Winstons' for opposing the Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIP) Act, which empowers UK bugging of the internet. Work by Bowden and Lord Cope resulted in extra safeguards against abuse of the Act's powers.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:13 PM Mon 12 Jun 2000 Categories: Privacy International , Surveillance & Security , VNUNET