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 Post subject: Zen Internet’s response to the Open Letter sent by UK ...
PostPosted: Thu, 02 May 2013 08:18:40 +0000 
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Zen Internet’s response to the Open Letter sent by UK Privacy Groups regarding the draft Communications Data Bill

As reported in the media this week an Open Letter has been sent to a select group of ISPs including Zen Internet from the Open Rights Group, Big Brother Watch and Privacy International.

The Letter claims that we have met with the Home Office for secret talks regarding the controversial Draft Communications Data Bill. It also claims that the ISPs named haven’t been strong enough in pushing back on this draft Bill along with not giving their customers the opportunity to engage on it.

The Letter came as somewhat of a surprise to us and indeed we are very disappointed at claims that we are in some way involved in an undercover conspiracy with the UK Government to secretly monitor and report on our customers’ Internet activity.

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We have always made it very clear to our customers that we value the integrity of all of their personal data and would not give access to that unless ordered to do so via a court order. Our position in this respect has not changed.

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PostPosted: Thu, 02 May 2013 15:32:50 +0000 
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A total non-answer to the points raised by the open letter.
Gary (no surname, just Gary, Senior Operations Manager. Isn't that cosy?) wrote:
We have always made it very clear to our customers that we value the integrity of all of their personal data and would not give access to that unless ordered to do so via a court order. Our position in this respect has not changed.

So what? If this position has not been made clear in the secret negotiations then all the twaddle about "valuing customer privacy" is hot air.

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