ISPs Provide User Data to Gov't

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 27, 2002

This Forbes article addresses the changing landscape of ISP liability in regard to providing the government with access to personal data on subscribers, as well as to their IT infrastructures, to facilitate surveillance of customers. The legal issues inherent in such actions have shifted significantly with the passage of the Homeland Security Bill (H.R 5005), P.L. 107-296.

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