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Friday, October 28, 2005

 
An item from CILIP that deserves to be widely publicised. Police access to library user records is a legal position addressing the issues under English and Welsh law. I'm not going to cut and paste bits, since it's not an area that I feel qualified to, so I suggest that you read it in full if it's an area that interests you. I'd be very interested to see any comparisons between this and the American Patriot Act.

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