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Abandon data retention plans, urge privacy groups
4 November 2003

'The British government's oft-criticised data retention plans will open up your phone and email records to law enforcement agents from the UK to beyond the Urals, say critics' link

Posted by SteveC at 11:27 AM Tue 4 Nov 2003 Categories: Data retention , Surveillance & Security , ZDNET