“, If Turkey can make the necessary changes by the end of this year and then show a full year’, s track record of respect for human rights, there should be no further obstacles to EU membership negotiations in December 2004.”,
The BBC reports on how you can change your own home into a power station. Not quite a simple task, some of us will have to stick to cling film on the windows and tinfoil at the back of radiators – for the short term anyway!
earlier this year. This states that any mandatory retention regime would be violate European law. The UK government initially plan to implement a voluntary code of practice, a move which PI believe to be a violation of the Data Protection Act.
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as we remain deeply concerned that the voluntary code laid before parliament is not compliant with data protection principles and Human Rights standards.
GreenNet calls on other UK ISPs not to subscribe to the voluntary code of practice under the Home Office's data retention proposals. This is in line with with ISPA's (Internet Service Providers Association) recommendations.