3 edition of Interception of Communications Act 1985, chapter 56 found in the catalog.
Interception of Communications Act 1985, chapter 56
Great Britain. Interception of Communications Commissioner.
|Statement||Interception of Communications Commissioner.|
|Series||Cm -- 4001|
|Contributions||Nolan, Michael Patrick Nolan, Baron, Commissioner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 11p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
§D Interception of communications generally. (a) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this article it is unlawful for any person to: (1) Intentionally intercept, attempt to intercept or procure any other person to intercept or attempt to intercept, any wire, oral or electronic communication; or. CHAPTER IX PROTECTION OF CRITICAL DATABASES Scope of critical database protection Identification of critical data and critical databases Registration of critical databases Management of critical databases Restrictions on disclosure of information Electronic Communications Transactions Act No of 10/24/02 PM.
§F Application for an order authorizing interception. (a) Each application for an order authorizing electronic interception in accordance with the provisions of this article shall be made only to the magistrate or judge of the circuit court by petition in writing upon oath or affirmation and shall state the applicant's authority to make the application. The making and remaking of the British constitution: the Radcliffe lectures at the University of Warwick for by Michael Patrick Nolan Nolan (Book) 19 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
THE REGULATION OF INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT, An Act to provide for the lawful interception and monitoring of certain communications in the course of their transmission through a telecommunication, postal or any other related service or system in Uganda; to provide for the establishment of a monitoring centre; and to provide for any other related matters. Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act, (Act 70 of ) Chapter 2: Prohibition of interception of communications and provision of real-time or archived communication related information and exceptions.
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An Act to make new provision for and in connection with the interception of communications sent by post or by means of public telecommunication systems and to amend section 45 of the Telecommunications Act Interception of Communications Act CHAPTER An Act to make new provision for and in connection with the interception of communications sent by post or by means of public telecommunication systems and to amend section 45 of the Telecommunications Act [25th July ].
The Interception of Communications Act ( c. 56) was an Act of Parliament in the United came into operation as of 10 April The Act created the offence of unlawfully intercepting communications sent by post or by a "public telecommunications system"; those guilty were liable, on conviction, to a fine or up to two years imprisonment.
It provided for a system of warrants Territorial extent: England and Wales, Northern Ireland. Interception of Communications Act Annual Report of the Interception of Communications Commissioner for Introduction 1.
On 11 April I was re-appointed Commissioner under section 8 of the Interception of Communications Act (the Act) for a second three year term.
My present appointment as Commissioner thus expires on c. An Act to make new provision for and in connection with the interception of communications sent by post or by means of public telecommunication systems and to amend section 45 of the Telecommunications Act [25th July ].
Interception of Communications Chap. 5 LAWS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Chapter 56 book. CHAPTER INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT An Act to provide for and about the interception of communications, the acquisition and disclosure of data relating to communications, the acquisition of the means by which electronic data protected by encryption.
Interception of Communications Act [Chapter ].doc. Search form. Search. Interception of Communications Act. An act to provide for the interception of communications sent by means of telecommunications networks and for connected matters. Legislation Type: Act. Legal Area: Communication and Technology.
Operational Date: Ma Ref Book - Interception of Communications. Print CHAPTER OF TI UNITED STATES CODE as authorized by that Act. (f) Nothing contained in this chapter or chapter or of this title, or section of the Communications Act ofshall be deemed to affect the acquisition by the United States Government of foreign intelligence.
[Chapter ] Interception of Communications Act No. 6/ — 4 — offences in order to obtain, directly or indirectly, a financial or other material benefit; “party”, in relation to a communication, means a person whose access to the communication is or might reasonably be known by all other parties.
Interception of Communications Act (c) Search lawindexpro for case law on this statute. This document is for private study purposes only. It is likely not to reflect the law as it stands today. It may be incomplete, and some provisions are likely to have been repealed or amended, and new ones inserted.
Interception of communications takes two forms: the collection and monitoring of communications data (e.g. records of who contacted whom, when, from where and for how long) and interception of the content of the communications themselves. Interception was not put on a statutory footing until the Interception of Communications Act Rapid.
Interception of Communications Act (Chapter 56), REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR Commissioner: THE RT HON THE LORD NOLAN, Presented to Parliament by the Prime Minister by Command of Her Majesty July Laid before the Scottish Parliament by the Scottish Ministers July Annex to the report of the Commissioner for CHAPTER INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT (Act 31 of ) AN ACT to provide for the interception of communications and the provision of information relating to interception in Saint Lucia and for related matters.
Commencement [14 August ] PART 1 PRELIMINARY 1. SHORT TITLE This Act may be cited as the Interception of Communications. This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Interception of Communications Act." Enacted by Chap General Session a-2 Legislative findings.
The Legislature finds and determines that: (1) Wire communications are normally conducted through facilities which form part of. For example, the interception equipment may be turned off when contents which are outside the scope of the authorisation are heard.
It is very difficult under the current Interception of Communications Act for individuals to protect themselves from abuse of the State. The Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-related Information Act, number 70 of (Rica) came into effect at the end of September This act places very tight restrictions on employers wishing to monitor telephonic, e-mail and other communications of employees at the workplace.
That said, the Interception Act should be read together with the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of ('the ECTA'). Section 86(1) of ECTA provides (in the context of the chapter dealing with 'cyber crime') that subject to the Interception Act, a person who intentionally accesses or intercepts any data without authority or.
Citation Edit. Interception of Communications Act (IOCA) (U.K.) ( c. 56). Overview Edit. The Act placed interception of communications sent by post or by means of a public telecommunication system on a statutory basis for the first time.
The main features of IOCA are: (a) The Act created an offence of unlawful interception of communications by post or by means of a public. INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT Received Royal Assent: 29 November Passed: 13 December Commenced: 1 April AN ACT to make new provision for and in connection with the interception of communications sent by post or by means of public telecommunication systems; and for connected purposes.
CHAPTER RIGHTS OF CRIME VICTIMS. and attorneys representing the state to aid those officers and prosecutors in performing duties imposed by this chapter. Added by Acts69th Leg., ch.Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, Subsec.
(c) added by Acts71st Leg., ch.Sec. 4, eff. Sept. 1, a person authorized to act on.§ Procedure for interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications § Reports concerning intercepted wire, oral, or electronic communications § Recovery of civil damages authorized § Injunction against illegal interception § Enforcement of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act § Chapter I of Part I of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (“RIPA”).
It provides guidance on the procedures that must be followed before interception of communications can take place under those provisions. This code of practice is primarily intended for use by those public authorities listed in section 6(2) of RIPA.