Jan 252011
 
 January 25, 2011  Laws, Online, Surveillance

Declan McCullagh reports:

Members of Congress chided the U.S. Department of Justice today for suggesting a new law requiring Internet companies to keep records of user activity, but not disclosing details on how it should be crafted to aid criminal investigations.

At a House of Representatives hearing, as CNET was the first to report, the Justice Department endorsed the concept of forcing Internet companies to collect and store data about their customers that they would not normally retain. This echoes the Bush administration’s position under Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

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