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ISPs to store your emails for one year

The new rules, which will come into force on March 15, will fulfill the terms of the European Data Retention Directive, the Home Office said. It added that ISPs won't be required to store information on the contents of the emails but that the records will be made available to any public body that requires access to them during criminal proceedings.

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hitthegspot3594d ago

That's one reason why to use a free service for e-mail other than an ISPs e-mail.