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ISPs draw up 'say and pay' list for police
16 January 2001

'Internet service providers (ISPs) are drawing up a list of what they will tell the police about their customers when under criminal investigation, and how much they will charge for the information.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:39 PM Tue 16 Jan 2001 Categories: Cost to industry , Surveillance & Security , VNUNET