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Government plans increased email and social network surveillance

analyse - 4 avril 2012

lire sur le site originel >>> (guardian.co.uk)

Proposal echoes Labour scheme that was scrapped in 2009 over concerns it would breach civil liberties
Ministers are to introduce a new law allowing police and security services to extend their monitoring of the public’s email and social media communications, the Home Office has confirmed.
It is expected that the new system will allow security officials to scrutinise who is talking to whom and exactly when the conversations are taking place, but not the content of messages.
Labour tried to (...)



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anti-terrorisme - écoutes téléphoniques - contrôle de l’État - réseau social - Royaume-Uni - surveillance du web - téléphone portable - Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) - Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) - guardian.co.uk -

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