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Privacy groups attack ISPs over support for 'Snoopers' Charter'

Matthew Finnegan | April 24, 2013
Privacy groups have urged a number of ISPs to withdraw their participation in the consultation on the controversial Communications Data Bill, criticising them for putting business interests ahead of customer privacy.

"Many of the technical experts consulted are people that will profit from the plans, whether they succeed or fail. Outside independent experts have not been meaningfully involved in any way," the letter, published on Big Brother Watch's website, states.


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