The Resource Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom

Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom

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Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom
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Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom
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eng
Summary
Section 29(3) of the Data Protection Act 1998 allows data controllers to disclose personal data for the purposes of preventing or detecting crime, the apprehension or prosecution of offenders or the assessment or collection of tax. It has been argued that the Anti-Terrorism Act, introduced on 12 November 2001 to give UK communication service providers a legal basis to retain communications data for purposes relating to "national security", represents an unjustified shift in the balance between the interests of security and privacy rights. This is discussed
Citation source
In: World Internet law report. - London. - Vol. 4 (2003),
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  • Walden, I
  • McCormack, E
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English
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information duty
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Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom
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Retaining and accessing communications data in the United Kingdom
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