Jul 292014
 July 29, 2014  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Juliette Garside reports:

Vodafone’s chairman, Gerard Kleisterlee, has promised to protect the right to privacy, saying the mobile network will engage with the UK government’s review of how the intelligence agencies intercept and collect data on its customers.

“We will engage with governments when and where legal frameworks are being reviewed and that holds for the UK,” he said at the firm’s annual shareholder meeting in London on Tuesday. “We are very much focussed on protecting the rights of customers and protecting their privacy.”

Read more on The Guardian.

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