Burmese Government Seizing UN Hard Drives
Burma's ruling junta is attempting to seize United Nations computers containing information on opposition activists in the latest stage of its brutal crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations, The Times has learnt.
The discs contain information that could help the dictatorship to identify key members of the opposition movement, many of whom have gone underground. UN staff spent much of the weekend deleting information.
Another reason law enforcement's demands that e-mails be tracable is a bad idea.
Posted on October 9, 2007 at 1:14 PM • 32 Comments