Subject: [IP] Telecoms required to save logs of e-mail
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From: Bob Frankston <Bob19firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: December 2, 2005 2:23:23 PM EST To: Dave Farber <email@example.com> Subject: Telecoms required to save logs of e-mail
Another example of depending upon accidental properties of the legacy telecom systems. And another reason to take responsibility for your own email by using third parties or the mail servers that come with XP or Unix systems.
Too bad reporters don't ask question such as whether the legislatures understand that you don’t need a phone company to make a phone call and you don’t need a PTT to send email.
Telecoms required to save logs of e-mail
BRUSSELS, Belgium—EU justice and interior ministers agreed Friday on plans that would require telecommunications companies to retain records of phone calls and e-mails for a minimum of six months for use in investigations of terrorism and other serious crimes.
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