School ICT Policies Thread, The Communications Data Bill comes into force in March in School Administration; Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
The area of concern is if you have a non-RBC/LA connection (eg Virgin / BT / ...
22nd May 2009, 08:29 AM #16
My emphasis - does this mean that with our ntl Business lines, the onus is on ntl to perform the required monitoring?
Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
22nd May 2009, 09:43 AM #17
The provider of the public network (is the service provider) is responsible. There is no 'onus' as that implies it can be negotiated who does what. In your case NTL *have* to do it unless they have a legal directive otherwise. If that is the response you get then you would need to get it checked out by your LA legal team.
22nd May 2009, 09:47 AM #18
So, ISPs will be forced to hold on to our data for a year, with or without our consent.
Meanwhile websites will have to get express consent before doing something as simple as dropping an identity cookie onto your computer.
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Do the people who make these laws actually bother speaking to each other at all, or do they just roll dice to decide which way to go?
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