On the day of David Cameron's appearance at the Leveson inquiry last week, the coalition government published its heavily trailed (but not by the coalition) communications data bill - commonly known as the 'snooper's charter'. Guy Wilmot, solicitor in corporate and commercial team, considers the implications of the proposed legislation.

This article was first published in the digital edition of Politics.co.uk (18 June 2012).

Comment Snoopers' charter is anti-business as well as anti-privacy - politics.co.uk - jun2012.pdf