The trade body for ISPs has today cautiously welcomed news that the government does not plan to build a massive, centralised database of communications data, but voiced fears about the cost to its members. ISPA was responding to the Home Office's consultation on the Interception Modernisation Programme (IMP), published this …
Pointlessly pointless to the Nth degree
FFS, there are so many ways of communicating without the ISP knowing, create accounts in MMOs and use the chat, for instance. Would someone please do us all a favour and tell the government they are morons
It's always over and above what the EU asked for
Unless its about privacy, when its always under the Directive.
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