UK: Hundreds Of ISPs Refuse To Go Along With Big Brother Spy System…Posted: August 6, 2009
A group of over 300 internet service providers and telecommunications firms is fighting back against the British government’s plans to monitor all emails, phone calls and internet activity nationwide.
The London Internet Exchange (LINX), which represents some 330 companies, including BT, Virgin and Carphone Warehouse, says that the government is misleading the public about the extent to which it plans to monitor their communications and internet activity.
LINX has described the Government’s surveillance proposals as an “unwarranted” invasion of people’s privacy.
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