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Telcos, ISPs surprised over provisions in lawful intercept legislation

News | 11/23/2005 5:00 am EST

Communications service providers are criticizing certain provisions of proposed lawful intercept legislation introduced into the House of Commons last week. Bill C-74, sponsored by Public Safety and Emerg-ency Preparedness Canada (PSEPC) and read into the House on November 15, aims to modernize wiretapping laws that are decades old and don’t take into account the use of new technologies.

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