UK Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill

Roland Perry lists at
Fri Jul 11 09:57:45 BST 2014

In article <61E52F3A5532BE43B0211254F13883AEA4ADCFC3 at EXC001>, Andrew 
Cormack <Andrew.Cormack at> writes
>as far as I can see, under the old regs, if the comms data wasn't related to the service you supplied then you couldn't be forced to
>collect/retain it. For example, an ISP that simply moved packets couldn't be required to 'retain' the comms data that happened to be contained
>in those of the packets that related to someone else's VoIP service:
>Reg.3 These Regulations apply to communications data if, or to the extent that, the data are generated or processed in the United Kingdom by
>public communications providers in the process of supplying the communications services
>I can't see anything in DRIP that continues that limitation. Can anyone else?

perhaps page 3 line 4:

"<<relevant communications data>> means communications data of the kind
mentioned in the Schedule to the 2009 Regulations so far as such data
is generated or processed in the United Kingdom by public
telecommunications operators in the process of supplying the
telecommunications services concerned;"
Roland Perry

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