Interception of Communications Bill 2006

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The Interception of Communications Bill of 2006 is a Zimbabwean bill that proposes to allow government agencies to intercept telephonic, e-mail and cellphone messages. The Bill also requires that operators of telecommunications services install software and hardware to enable interception of communication and storing of information specified by the government.

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