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ISPA calls for more time on Investigatory Powers Bill

Tuesday 15 March 2016 | 09:07 CET | News
The UK's ISPA has outlined its concerns about the Investigatory Powers Bill, ahead of a second reading of the bill in parliament 15 March. While the internet industry group said it supports reform of kaw enforcement's investigatory powers, the current proposal is "a long way from having a Bill that is clear and workable", the ISPA said in a statement. "Government needs to address concerns around its intentions, definitions and costs to enable industry to make a proper assessment of the Bill and help Parliament scrutinise the complex proposals." 

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