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LE GOUVERNEMENT BRITANNIQUE SE LANCE DANS UN PLAN DE SURVEILLANCE MASSIF DES COMMUNICATIONS ÉLECTRONIQUES
fl Article publié le 03/04/2012
fl Auteur : Me Julien Le Clainche  Avocat Privacy IP/IT - Docteur en droit .
fl Domaines : Informatique et libertés, Droit de la communication et des télécommunications.
fl Ordre juridique : ordre juridique
Surveillance, communications électroniques
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News En France l'écrasante majorité des personnes et des médias ne s'intéressent que peu aux questions de protection de la vie privée. L'enjeu de sécurité est quasi systématiquement dominant par rapport à la protection des libertés. Outre-Manche, le gouvernement se lance dans un plan de surveillance massif des communications électroniques, la presse britannique réagit en publiant de nombreuses analyses.

fl Par exemple, The Guardian a consacré plus de 15 articles à cette question ces trois derniers jours.
MISE A JOUR
Web monitoring will lead to discrimination and blackmail
It seems whoever is in government, grandiose ambitions of the security state remain – and the potential for harm is great


Nick Clegg tries to head off Lib Dem revolt over email surveillance plans
Deputy PM promises 'highest possible safeguards' on security service powers to monitor individuals' web communications


Nick Clegg pledges open hearings over web surveillance plans
Draft clauses in new parliamentary bill will be scrutinised by a parliamentary committee as anger grows over measures

Privacy from state snooping defines a true democracy
Government plans to allow email surveillance are among the most serious threats to freedom in the democratic world

Liberal Democrat MPs stand up for data privacy

Lib Dem MPs issue warning over web surveillance proposals
Plans to give GCHQ real-time access to phone and internet communications prompts letter warning of potential dangers

Plans for greater email and web monitoring powers spark privacy fears
Tory MP David Davis leads criticism of coalition's bid to extend police access to individuals' email and social media exchanges

Monitoring communications: shrivelling the domain of privacy
To mandate that an automated inspector must jot down the fact of every exchange is to shrivel the domain of privacy.

Are you worried about the government's web surveillance plans?
The Home Office has confirmed that ministers are planning to introduce a new law that allows the police to monitor some social media and email interactions. Are you concerned about the implication of this move? 94.4% = yes

Government plans increased email and social network surveillance
Proposal echoes Labour scheme that was scrapped in 2009 over concerns it would breach civil liberties

Britain won't be the only country snooping on people's internet use
If the government gets its way and starts monitoring what you're emailing, it will join a list of countries with a draconian approach to the internet

Email surveillance plans face Lib Dem rebellion
Senior MPs concerned at government proposals to extend powers of security services to monitor public communications

How to hide emails from government snooping
Despite coalition proposals to monitor public email, there remain numerous free or low-cost methods to keep messages private

Internet companies warn over government email surveillance plans
Firms concerned that coalition's proposals to monitor email and social media could be misused by autocratic regimes

Social media and the post-privacy society
Welcome to this brave new, digitally-connected world that has blown up the barriers between our public and private selves

The surveillance state: growing under a coalition that pledged to reverse it
Proposals for real-time monitoring of email and social media show the government has caved in to the security services

How do you police the entire internet?
The Ben Dover case shows how bizarre copyright and piracy battles have become

Auteur : Me Julien Le Clainche  Avocat Privacy IP/IT - Docteur en droit . | Source : The Guardian |
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