gordon.lennox.13 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 24 14:13:53 CET 2013
Yes, I know. It is very early to start any discussion. But an interesting article in the Telegraph.
"Lazy WiFi providers offer data-free risks for terrorists and criminals
Venues that provide WiFi are responsible for this under the Data Protection act, European Directive for Data Retention Regulations 2009, the Code of Practice (Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001), Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 and Digital Economy Act 2010.
When somebody supplies a WiFi hotspot, these legal requirements must be complied with, such as holding data and logging all URLs visited. Moreover, another potential problem for suppliers is that of content filtering, which allows venues to block certain content – such as porn and illegal content.
So how will Wifi access be organised in London?
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