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Investigatory Powers Bill: Persons who may apply for issue of warrant ( 7 Jun 2016)

Gavin Newlands: ..., should this information get into criminal hands, are deeply worrying. Indeed, the Joint Committee on the Draft Communications Data Bill shared similar concerns when it said that storing weblog data, however securely, carried the risk that it might be hacked into or fall accidently into the wrong hands.

Investigatory Powers Bill (15 Mar 2016)

Nick Clegg: ...but by the Home Office, despite its failing to convince successive Governments. That is not the way that policy ought to be made. The Home Secretary said that ICRs are significantly different from weblogs. The only differences that I can see are the exclusion of third-party data, welcome though that is, and the addition of some restrictions on the purposes for which the data can be...

Business of the House: Reports into Investigatory Powers (25 Jun 2015)

Joanna Cherry: ...blow to previous Government attempts to introduce what was in effect a snoopers charter. David Anderson notes that no other European Union or Commonwealth country requires the blanket retention of weblogs and, as the right hon. Member for Sheffield, Hallam (Mr Clegg) has noted, Australia recently prohibited that in law—and for very good reason. When the report was introduced to the...

Queen’s Speech — Debate (4th Day) ( 2 Jun 2015)

Lord Blencathra: amend and vote on each power requested. That original obscure draft caused the widespread revolt against the Bill, so we concluded that if the key contentious elements, such as the collection of weblogs and third-party data, and new definitions of subscriber and communications data, were set out individually and clearly that would permit Members in both Houses to vote on these powers....

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill: Report (1st Day) ( 2 Feb 2015)

Baroness Ludford: ...expeditions but the reply is that, equally, it might protect against unnecessary intrusions. I am not necessarily reassured by the removal of the filtering requirement. The requirement to retain weblogs would increase the size of the haystack by a huge factor. Some estimates say that it would be by a factor of 1 million, which will not make finding the needle any easier. Intelligence...

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Second Reading (13 Jan 2015)

Baroness Shields: ...issue specifically and concluded that it did not think that IP address resolution raises any particular privacy concerns. These provisions will be limited. They will not enable the retention of weblogs, which, as some noble Lords have said today, become a list of the websites that you visit, for instance. Instead, they will help the appropriate agencies identify which device is the...

Internet Communications (Regulation): Clause 17 — Retention of relevant internet data ( 6 Jan 2015)

James Brokenshire: ...wording in the clause is quite technical, but I want to assure the House that great care has been taken to ensure that the Bill is tightly drafted. In particular, clause 17(3)(c) excludes so-called weblogs, a record of internet communications services or websites a user has accessed. The Bill provides for the retention of data relating to IP resolution and only such data. Anything else is...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Telecommunications (16 Dec 2014)

Lord Bates: ...the resolution of IP addresses. The provisions in the Bill will not bridge all of the gaps we face in our communications data capabilities, including, in particular, those relating to so-called “weblogs”. This is something that will need to be addressed in the next Parliament.

Funeral Services: Clause 17 — Retention of relevant data ( 9 Dec 2014)

James Brokenshire: ...that can be presented in court to secure prosecutions. This is really essential because of the underpinning that it provides to our prosecutorial system. The Bill does not incorporate provisions on weblogs, but apps and weblogs can be directly instructive in this respect, and the House will need to confront that in, I hope, an informed way. The reviews that the Intelligence and Security...

Written Answers — Transport: Ict (14 Feb 2013)

Norman Baker: ...2010 31 July 2013 28 February 2014 DVLA Tacho Migration 1 June 2011 31 July 2013 31 July 2013 DVLA Telecommunications Refresh 26 December 2010 24 June 2013 24 June 2013 DVLA Weblogic Phase 2 - ATOS Link 6 October 2011 30 November 2011 18 March 2013

Comprehensive Spending Review: Motion to Take Note (Continued) ( 1 Nov 2010)

Lord Bates: that there is an embarrassment of material that one can refer to. I shall not mention much of it, other than to say that it is highly impressive and worth viewing, especially the noble Lord's weblog. He began his undergraduate studies at Cambridge in anthropology and archaeology. I am not quite sure which of those areas will be of most value in understanding the workings of your...

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Hospitals: NHS Hospitals (10 Mar 2010)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...Sites x x x NHS Western Isles(a) 8,676 8,544 8,599 Core sites 7,885 7,089 7,013 Non-core sites 791(a) 1,455 1,586 Source: ISD Scotland A&E data mart (1 July 2007 to 31 December 2009) and Weblogic reporting system (1 January 2007 to 30 June 2007). Key to symbols: x not applicable Notes: (a) NHS Highland and NHS Western Isles data for non-core sites was collected from 1 July 2007. (b)...

Written Answers — Transport: Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency: Databases (10 Nov 2009)

Paul Clark: ...from December 2008 to November 2009 the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has conducted Privacy Impact Assessments on the following areas: Certificate of Professional Competence Release 2 WebLogic 7Up interface project EU 3(rd) Directive DVLA Accuracy Surveys Continuous Insurance Enforcement 2 C02 European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval. Currently in process: Northern...

Scottish Parliament written answers — NHS Hospitals: NHS Hospitals ( 6 Mar 2009)

Nicola Sturgeon: Monklands Hospital and (b) 69,613 accident and emergency attendances at Ayr Hospital. These data are sourced from ISD Accident and Emergency data mart (June 2007 to December 2008) and WebLogic reporting system (May 2007). The figures include new and unplanned return attendances at accident and emergency departments. Planned return attendances are excluded. Further information on...

Parliament: Communication with the Public — Debate (18 Dec 2008)

Lord Soley: ...will report only the dramatic, what makes an attractive picture, and ignore how the democratic process works for thousands of people, something has to be addressed. That is important. I turn to the weblog, or blog, as it has become known. One of the reasons why I think that this form of communication is important—people may think that I would say that because I had a hand in formulating...

Written Answers — Justice: Departmental Public Participation ( 3 Jun 2008)

Bridget Prentice: ...What they were commissioned to do 2005 Democratic Engagement: Digital Dialogues Hansard Society 34,200 The Digital Dialogues project investigates the use of online technologies (weblogs, webchats and forums) to promote dialogue between central Government and the public. Examples include online discussion forums on the openness of the family courts at the then DCA. Each...

House of Lords: Public Information ( 1 May 2008)

Lord Soley: My Lords, I thank the noble Lord for that Answer and for the support that he has given. I also thank the House's information officer and the Hansard Society for their help in starting up the weblog, commonly known as the blog, which in the first six weeks of its existence has drawn 30,000 visits from the public, has had 600 comments from members of the public and is growing fast. Given that...

Orders of the Day: Clause 2 — Addition to list of treaties (26 Feb 2008)

Bill Wiggin: ...every ten years." That is something that the Lisbon treaty would put in jeopardy. The hon. Member for Great Grimsby (Mr. Mitchell) chairs Labour's Euro-Safeguards campaign. In an article in his weblog, he notes the change from common fisheries policy to "exclusive competence" over the "marine biological resources of the sea". He goes on: "We are told that most of the Constitution is...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Electronic Government: Public Participation ( 5 Mar 2007)

Lembit Öpik: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what assessment she made of the potential effect on Government of using internet weblogs to engage with citizens.

Opposition Day — [18th Allotted Day]: NHS Workforce and Service Development (11 Oct 2006)

Roberta Blackman-Woods: ...on the Labour Benches. We have always valued people who work in the national health service, and I pay tribute to those who do so in my constituency. I also looked at the Leader of the Opposition's weblog, where he tells us about news of the health service and that reorganisation in the health service must stop, with which I agree with him—we need a period of stability. However, the very...

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