Month: July 2014

Surveillance Reform: The Devil’s in the Detail

A blanket approach offering rich metadata to any law enforcement agency that wants it is probably not the best way forward. There needs to be a clearer definition of the various types of metadata, some of which should require a warrant to access.

Vertigan and the Future: It’s Complicated

This week we saw the first report from the Vertigan Panel, the group charged with providing recommendations for telecommunications regulation and the long awaited cost benefit analysis.

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