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 December 1, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S.

The Home Office has agreed to meet civil liberties groups as part of a consultation it is conducting into UK interception laws.

The Open Rights Group and other organisations are concerned that the consultation is being rushed through with minimum publicity.

They want to see strong laws to protect citizens who have had their e-mail or web traffic collected without consent.

The consultation has been forced on the UK by the European Commission.

Read more on BBC.

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