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UK Government To Demand Data On Every Call, Email, and Tweet 199

Posted by samzenpus
from the save-it-all dept.
judgecorp writes "The UK government is proposing a law that would require phone and Internet companies to store information on all communications, and hand it to the security services when required. The Communications Capabilities Development Programme (CCDP) abandoned by the last government is back on the table, proposed as a means to increase security, and likely to be pushed through before the Olympics in London, according to reports."
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UK Government To Demand Data On Every Call, Email, and Tweet

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