[Raven] BBC World Service radio on RIP bill - RealAudio

"Caspar Bowden" <cb@fipr.org> Sat, 04 March 2000 01:54 UTC

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From: "Caspar Bowden" <cb@fipr.org>
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Subject: [Raven] BBC World Service radio on RIP bill - RealAudio
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The BBC has just made available as RealAudio the only broadcast programme so
far to deal with the UK's RIP Bill - that's the one that puts the burden of
proof on the defence to show they DON'T have a decryption key [in fact it's
worse that, you can go to jail if in fact you can't "enable possession of
the key to be obtained" - 49(2)b & 49(3)c - even if no key exists!]

BBC World Service radio "Insight" (TX 26/2/2000, 13m 53s)

"Joanne  Episcopo examines the debate on the individual's right to privacy
in the light of a new parliamentary bill in Britain that increases the
powers of surveillance by the intelligence services"


For more information on RIP see http://www.fipr.org/rip/index.html

Caspar Bowden                    http://www.fipr.org
Director, Foundation for Information Policy Research
Tel: +44(0)171 354 2333      Fax: +44(0)171 827 6534

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