Privacy, liability and interception

by the whistle-blower Edward Snowden and The Guardian newspaper in June to October 2013. 18 ‘Five Eyes’ (or more formally AUSCANNZUKUS) describes the cooperation between the intelligence (i.e. espionage) agencies of the Anglo-Saxon powers during what in English-speaking countries was called the Cold War between the US/allies and the Warsaw Pact/allies. 19 The United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New

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Towards Specialised Services?

Mbps broadband for all households on non-discriminatory terms by 2012, a minimum QoS guarantee backed by law, making it the world’s first country to offer such minimal neutrality. Other countries may soon follow, and Australia is building a wholesale fibre-to-the-node network, supplemented by rural satellite, which will offer a much higher speed universal service, though conditions of retail access

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