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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Report published. Awaiting Government Response.
The Investigatory Powers Bill risks undermining the UK's strongly performing Tech sector because of uncertainty about the costs of complying with the new legislation, the Science and Technology Committee has warned.
Evidence given by Mark Hughes, President, BT Security, and Antony Walker, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, techUK; Professor Bernard Silverman, Chief Scientific Adviser, Richard Alcock, Programme Director of the Communication Capabilities Directorate, Home Office, and Dr Bob Nowill, Chairman, Cyber Security Challenge.
Science and Technology Committee publish report on Investigatory Powers Bill: technology issues