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RIP could scupper our e-revolution
25 June 2000

'[...]But in any case the Bill will have minimal effect on crime because all but the most stupid criminals will simply switch to a foreign internet service provider for their emails, if necessary via a mobile phone. It already makes sense to host your website in the United States, not only because it's usually cheaper but also because the US constitution provides far greater legal protection than in the UK.[...]' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:25 PM Sun 25 Jun 2000 Categories: RIP Interception (Part I Chapter 1) , Surveillance & Security , The Observer