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Theresa May will face a judicial review claim over regulations on data retention by ISPs and phone companies. Photograph: Amer/Rex The government will announce that it is rushing through emergency legislation underpinning the state's right to keep
Perhaps the most controversial spying program revealed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden was the agency's hoarding of Americans' phone records...The House has passed legislation that would end the NSA's bulk collection of
But after being shown the legal rationale, the company dropped its challenge and continued to turn over customers' call detail records to the NSA. Civil liberties advocates seized on the case to argue that the disclosure of the program's legal
ET Phone companies are fighting back as they replace more of their copper-wire infrastructure with high-speed fibre optics that deliver TV service comparable to what cable companies can offer. (Canadian Press) Armed with fast fibre-optic networks
The phone company was not identified, but the Washington Post says that people have confirmed that it's Verizon ...As far as we know, the Section 215 bulk phone record orders are mainly used on Verizon and AT&T, but not other, smaller phone companies.
The illegal arms and SIM cards are the key elements in creating a law and order situation in the country. The government should devise a mechanism and pursue the officials of mobile phone companies to block the illegal mobile SIMs. The misuse
Says It's Perfectly Legal from the of-course-they-would dept So this interesting...The telco's name is redacted, but it relied entirely on Judge Richard Leon's ruling from December, which found the bulk collection of phone records unconstitutional.
The prison telephone industry is right up there with... well, the private prison industry, when it comes to the most repugnant manifestations of capitalism. The good news is, the industry is currently getting screwed by government regulation...For a
Pointe-Claire, Quebec (allvoices) April 16, 2014 - Convergia, a Montreal, Canada, US and international voice and data service provider, is offering businesses an Avaya Office Phone System with 7 phones installed for only $99 per month, with no
Amid these ongoing privacy breaches, you'd think all businesses would be doing everything possible to help customers protect themselves. All, that is, except the phone companies. David McDonald, 65, of Arroyo Grande is among millions of AT&T