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UK Government To Outsource Data Snooping and Storage 114

Posted by timothy
from the avoid-conflict-of-interest dept.
bone_idol writes "The Guardian is reporting that the private sector will be asked to manage and run a communications database that will keep track of everyone's calls, emails, texts and internet use under a key option contained in a consultation paper to be published next month by Jacqui Smith, the home secretary. Also covered on the BBC."
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UK Government To Outsource Data Snooping and Storage

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