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Interception of Communications Act, 1985

Interception of Communications Act, 1985

Chapter 56 : report of the Commissioner for 1986.

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCm -- 108
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Office of the Commissioner for the Interception of Communications Act 1985.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20577059M

    Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act, (Act 70 of ) Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act, (Act 70 of ) 1. Introductory Provisions. 1. Definitions and interpretation. The Interception of Communications Act ( c. 56) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom. It came into operation as of 10 April Interception_of_Communications_Act_ - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia.

    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. 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.

    JAN. ] INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT 89 THE INTERCEPrION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT (a) lnterception Procedures The cornerstone of the Act is found in section one which prohibits the interception of communications transmitted either by post or through a public telecommunications system. Such interceptions. The Interception of Communications Commissioner was a regulatory official in the United Kingdom, appointed under Section 57 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act , and previously under Section 8 of the Interception of Communications Act The Interception of Communications Commissioner ensured that government agencies acted in accordance with their legal responsibilities .


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Interception of Communications Act, 1985 Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 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. 2 Warrants for interception (1) Subject to the provisions of this section and section 3 below, the Secretary of State may issue a warrant requiring the person to whom it is addressed to intercept, in the course of their transmission by post or by means of a public telecommunication system, such communications as are described in the warrant; and such a warrant may also require the person to.

Interception of Communications Act of Communications Chap. 5 LAWS OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO L.R.O. 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 encryptionFile Size: KB.

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 Official Secrets Act (power to require the production of telegrams) is hereby repealed.

12 Short title, commencement and extent (1) This Act may be cited as the Interception of Communications Act (2) This Act shall come into force on such day as the Secretary of State may by order made by statutory instrument appoint.

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 2 c.

56 Interception of Communications Act (b) that person has reasonable grounds for believing that the person to whom, or the person by whom, the communication is sent has consented to the intercep.

tion. Warrants for interception. (3) A person shall not be guilty of an offence under this section if- (a) the communication is intercepted for purposes connected.

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 Interception of Communications Act [Chapter ].doc. Search form. Search. 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 Act 1 Prohibition on interception (1) Subject to the following provisions of this section, a person who intentionally intercepts a communication in the course of its transmission by post or by means of a public telecommunication system shall be guilty of an offence and liable (a) on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding the statutory maximum.

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 ].

This Act may be cited as the Interception of Communications Act [Chapter ]. 2 Interpretation (1) In this Act “access” means the technical ability to interface with a communications facility such as a telecommunications line or switch to enable the interception of any communication.

INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS THE INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS ACT ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS 1. Short title. Interpretation. Prohibition of interception. Warrant for interception. Scope of warrant. 6, Duration of warrant.

Application for warrant in urgent circumstances. Modification of warrants. Protection of authorized. REGULATION OF INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PROVISION OF COMMUNICATION-RELATED INFORMATION ACT 70 OF [ASSENTED TO 30 DECEMBER ] [DATE OF COMMENCEMENT: 30 SEPTEMBER ] (Unless otherwise indicated) (English text signed by the President) as amended by Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act 12 of The Interception of Communications Act ( c.

56) was an Act of Parliament in the United came into operation as of April 10th, 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.

Interception of Communications DRAFT Code of Practice 10 2. Definitions Interception Section 4 of the Act states that a person intercepts a communication in the course of its transmission by means of a telecommunication system if they perform a relevant act in relation to the system and the effect of that act is to make any.

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. 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.

The Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-related Information Act 70 of intends: to regulate the interception of certain communications, the monitoring of certain signals and radio frequency spectrums and the provision of certain communication-related information.Interception and Disclosure of Wire, Oral or Electronic Communications Prohibited Section.

(1) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this chapter any person who— (a) intentionally intercepts, endeavors to intercept, or procures any other person to intercept or endeavor to intercept, any wire, oral, or electronic communication.interception of oral and wire communications, but also electronic communications Title III created new rules regulating the use of a pen register, a device that allows users to capture the routing information associated with communications, such as telephone numbers dialed or the.