European Commission; First Stage of Infringement Proceeding

P. John made this Freedom of Information request to Home Office

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The request was refused by Home Office.

Dear Sir or Madam,

on 14 April 2009, the UK were given two months to respond to infringement proceedings initiated by the European Commission (64/08/INSO).

The proceedings arise following the covert trials of Phorm/121Media interception and surveillance systems by BT Internet on hundreds of thousands of its customers, and the web sites they used.

The last working day for the UK Government to submit a response was Friday 12 June 2009.

Please will you

- confirm or deny that a response has been submitted

- indicate which Department of Government was responsible for submitting the response

- disclose the content of that response in full

- disclose the content of correspondence between the Home Office and the European Commission concerning the same matter

- disclose correspondence between the Home Office and other UK government departments contributing to the response concerning the same matter

Yours faithfully,

P. John

OSCT FOI, Home Office

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Please find attached correspondence regarding your Freedom of Information
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Communications via the GSi may be automatically logged, monitored and/or
recorded for legal purposes.

OSCT FOI, Home Office

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Please find attached correspondence regarding your Freedom of Information
request

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Communications via the GSi may be automatically logged, monitored and/or
recorded for legal purposes.

Home Office

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Reference : T9854/9

Thank you for your e-mail enquiry of 13/06/2009 1:17:10 AM

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