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US ISPs Logging Policy
posted by mpawlo on Wednesday April 02, @05:33AM
from the even-huger-hard-drive dept.
Civil Liberties miladus writes "Cryptome reports about  a meeting in New York of the Usage Log Data Management Working Group to discuss data retention by ISPs and its impact on privacy. Cryptome is promoting a no-logging policy."

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