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Uk Plans To Introduce New Web Snooping Law | Pcworld

DRIPA replaced earlier legislation that the European Union court said interfered with fundamental privacy rights. The new IP retention requirement proposed by May also builds on the Communications Data Bill that was blocked in April 2013 by the Liberal Democrats because they found it unworkable and disproportionate to the problems it sought to address. Better known as the snoopers charter, that bill would have required British ISPs and telecom providers to retain records of users browsing activity and social media communications, among other things, and store them for law enforcement purposes. May emphasized Monday that powers introduced in the new counterterrorism bill are limited. They do not mandate the retention of and access to data that would in all cases identify a suspect who has, for example, been accessing servers hosting illegal content, she said.
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Antitrust-law professors support NCAA's O'Bannon appeal - CBSSports.com

Courts would have free rein to rewrite any rule adopted by an organization plausibly found to have restrained a relevant market if they can identify modest changes that may (or may not) be fairer. The brief was signed by these antitrust-law professors: * Thomas C. Arthur, L. Q.
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