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December 1, 2010

Home Office changes mind on data interception consultation

by Darren Allan
The Home Office has now decided it will meet with civil rights groups over planned changes to data privacy laws. These changes have been prompted by the EC, after investigation into the whole Phorm affair, in which BT customers had their web browsing tracked without their knowledge. The Home Office was going to ...



November 17, 2010

Ed Vaizey turns his back on net neutrality

by Darren Allan
Net neutrality, who needs it? That's the view of government Minister Ed Vaizey, who is fine with the idea of a two-tier Internet. Net neutrality is simply the principle of fair and equal treatment for all Internet traffic, and is against the idea that providers could create net fast lanes for those websites willing to pay for the privilege ...