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ISPA sets out principles for future surveillance law reform

Monday 13 October 2014 | 13:33 CET | News
The UK Internet Services Providers' Association (ISPA) has published its response to the Anderson Review, the government's review of investigatory powers which was part of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) passed earlier in the year. In its response the industry association outlines five principles to underpin the reform of surveillance laws and regulations on how communications data is collected, accessed and overseen. ISPA said it supports reasonable access to communications data, but any regime should be clearly defined, proportionate and have the strongest possible

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Companies: ISPA
Countries: United Kingdom
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