(PRWEB UK) 25 September 2014
According to the article in The Telegraph, dated 10 Jul 2014: Emergency laws to monitor phone and internet records 'to stop terrorists', new emergency laws will be brought in, in order to force companies, such as internet and phone service providers, to start keeping records of their client’s activities, such as calls, texts and browsing history. According to Prime Minister David Cameron, these measures are necessary to protect national security against potential terrorist threats from Iran and Syria; otherwise the country might face “grave” consequences. Downing Street also said that phone and internet companies will soon begin deleting the records, which is considered a move that will have “serious consequences” on police and counter-terror investigations. These emergency laws will also provide a “clearer legal framework”, which was one the demands the companies made, so that everything is covered when police and intelligence agencies conduct investigations or intercept terrorist and criminal electronic communications.
“It is the first duty of government to protect our national security and to act quickly when that security is compromised,” Prime Minister David Cameron said.
In light of these new measures, Manchester Private Investigators (http://www.manchester-privateinvestigators.co.uk/) would like to inform potential clients that measures similar to these can also be implemented in real life to fight problems of ordinary people. Their agency, apart from standard detective work, also offers PC and phone forensics expertise, thanks to their teams of highly qualified professionals which specialize in IT. There are multiple applications from which a person can benefit from. For example, parents can be able to monitor their children’s electronic communications, via PC or phone monitoring software, which serves as a preventative measure, and not as a tool for parents to spy their children. It is used to protect them and detect any suspicious activities. Also, companies can also make use of this, by installing monitoring software on their employee’s computers to determine how they spend their time at the keyboard. This can be used to increase productivity, by preventing the workers from surfing online, while they should be working. You can contact Manchester Private Investigators for more information.
Speaking on the behalf of Manchester Private Investigators, chief investigator William Abbott said that PC and phone forensics are absolutely essential, since people spend a considerable amount of time online, during and after work hours. He also went on to say: “Everyday life has experienced a shift toward the virtual realm, and Manchester Private Investigators is keeping up with the times, providing our clients with PC and phone forensics services and expertise of our private investigators. If you want to help your company, or you simply want to protect a member of your family, call us. We can help.”
Chief investigator William Abbott can be reached on 0161 363 0083
Manchester Private Investigators chief investigator William Abbott wanted to take this opportunity to emphasize the vulnerability of the children, especially in the virtual world, where they are completely exposed. He also said the following: “Children must be protected at all costs, and those who bully them, either online or in real life, need to be stopped and punished according to law. Set up a meeting with our experts, and protect your child 100%.”
Chief investigator William Abbott can be reached on the following phone number: 0161 363 0083. He is ready to take your call.