Oct 292010
 
 October 29, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Andrea Petrou writes:

Big Brother Watch has spoken out against plans to implement changes to the e-privacy directive, which the government claims will strengthen privacy regulations in the online world.

Alex Deane, director at the privacy organisation has also slammed the way the government has let Google get away with its Wi-Fi data sharing mishap.

Yesterday, Ed Vaizey, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, said he was planning a range of new approaches to the way privacy rules apply online.

Read more on TechEye.net

Related: Big Brother Watch

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