Jan 102016
 
 January 10, 2016  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

From Out-Law.com:

Some of the world’s biggest technology companies have called on the UK government to ensure that planned new communication surveillance laws do not “create conflicting legal obligations” for communications providers based overseas.08 Jan 2016

In joint written evidence submitted to a UK parliamentary committee that is tasked with scrutinising the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo! warned that the new laws could force overseas communication service providers (CSPs) to grapple with competing legislation.

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