Mar 052015
 
 March 5, 2015  Business, Non-U.S.

Simon Sharwood reports:

Australia’s dominant carrier, Telstra, will give its customers the chance to access their metadata, for a fee.

The new policy, explained in a post from chief risk officer Kate Hughes, is based on the principle that “offering the same access to a customer’s own metadata as we are required to offer to law enforcement agencies.”

Read more on The Register.

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