Got this on ie.comp...
One month on the internet in Ireland: Eur720
One month on the internet in Britain: Eur 25
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From: ganam <XXXXX at eircom.net>
Organization: Eircom.Net http://www.eircom.net
Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 02:52:36 +0100
Subject: ALERT: EU storing all net traffic
This would be a HUGE shift from present, where traffic is only kept for a
short period to allow for billing enquiries and the like.
European Parliament faces crucial vote on 15 May to reject the
governments' demands on the retention of data and access by the law
> Statewatch has learnt that in advance of the completion of the EU
> legislative process on proposals for the revision of the 1997 EU Directive
> on privacy in the telecommunications sector a number of EU governments are
> drafting a binding Framework Decision to ensure that all EU member states
> introduce a law requiring the retention of telecommunications traffic data
> and the granting of access to it by law enforcement agencies (police,
> customs, immigration and internal security agencies).
IRISH MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT ARE HERE:
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