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>It was very much on the side of those seeking privacy, presenting
>the government (even in the UK they are looking at mandatory key escrow, but
>they haven't exactly told British subjects about it) as being underhand,
>sneaking around to find ways of removing the privacy of the individual.
The UK government looks at many things. Just because the US govt wants to do
something daft and the UK wants to watch does not mean the UK wants to emulate
The UK laabour party is opposed to key escrow "we do not accept the "clipper
chip" argument". The Tories have less than half the level of popular support and
are barely recognisable as a government.