Data retention laws: what they mean for ISPs

Data retention laws: what they mean for ISPs: “Under an anti-terrorism law passed after September 11 2001, details of every website visited, email sent and phone call made in the UK can be made available to authorities. For ISPs faced with storage and retrieval, it is cause for financial concern.”

(Via OUT-LAW News.)

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