Investigatory Powers Bill Makes Your Browsing History Available To UK Officials
This article was posted on Tuesday, 11:01, UTC.
A new Investigatory Powers Bill is making waves in the UK and has critics from government officials to Edward Snowden. Home Secretary Theresa May announced the new Investigatory Powers Bill around Christmas. The bill stipulates that the browsing history of everyone in the UK will have to be stored for a year. Police and security services will enjoy access without warrant. May said the information is “the modern equivalent of an itemised phone bill”. On November 4, The Independent invoked the Freedom of Information Act and asked the Home Office to disclose “the web browser history of all web browsers…
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