ISPs on Red Alert following Sweeping New Anti-terrorism Laws

The implications of the Government's sweeping new laws to beef-up the fight against terrorism following September 11's terror attacks on New York and Washington are likely to have far-reaching implications for all sectors of the economy. With limited debate taking place before the Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 became law, many businesses seem ignorant of their wider responsibilities under the new legislation. Fiona Ghosh, a barrister specialising in data protection and IT at national law firm Addleshaw Booth & Co, looks at the new law and its impact on ISPs.

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