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Thread: Big Brother plan to log all texts and internet searches on hold? until after the elec

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    State to ?spy? on every phone call, email and web search

    Richard Edwards
    London Telegraph

    Tuesday, Nov 10th, 2009

    Every phone call, text message, email and website visit made by private citizens is to be stored for a year and will be available for monitoring by government bodies.

    All telecoms companies and internet service providers will be required by law to keep a record of every customer’s personal communications, showing who they have contacted, when and where, as well as the websites they have visited.

    Despite widespread opposition to the increasing amount of surveillance in Britain, 653 public bodies will be given access to the information, including police, local councils, the Financial Services Authority, the ambulance service, fire authorities and even prison governors.

    They will not require the permission of a judge or a magistrate to obtain the information, but simply the authorisation of a senior police officer or the equivalent of a deputy head of department at a local authority.

    Full article here


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    Big Brother plan to log all texts and internet searches on hold? until after the elec

    Tim Shipman
    UK Daily Mail
    Tuesday, Nov 10th, 2009

    Labour’s plans to build Big Brother databases of everyone’s phone calls, text messages and internet activity have been put on hold.

    Ministers kicked the £2billion surveillance state proposals into the long grass, so they will not now be enacted before the next election.

    The Home Office announced yesterday that plans to force internet and phone companies to store billions of pieces of personal data on everyone in Britain will not now feature in the Queen’s speech next week.

    The move was welcomed by civil liberties campaigners, who believe the technology would be a ’snooper’s charter’ that would be misused by ministers to spy on innocent citizens.

    The U-turn means that the most intrusive elements of Labour’s plans may now never happen.

    Full article here


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