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+ - Revised UK Law Could See Critical ISP Services Ban->

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An anonymous reader writes "Changes made to the Regulation of Investigatory Powers act could lead to ISPs being unable to properly manage traffic on their networks — by outlawing services such as caching proxies, traffic management, and Quality of Service analysis — while allowing companies to snoop on private communications without fear of penalties, claims Privacy International's Alexander Hanff."
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Revised UK Law Could See Critical ISP Services Ban

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