• Nov 17, 2016
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

In UK, Investigatory Powers Act forces collection of “internet connection records” which allows government to see one year of your internet history

The Investigatory Powers Act replaces existing law under the Telecommunications Act and brings government mass surveillance into the Internet age with a bang. The IP Act made it through both Houses, without adding any of the privacy constraining amendments suggested by the House of Lords Intelligence and Security Committee, and will become law within weeks. … Continue reading “In UK, Investigatory Powers Act forces collection of “internet connection records” which allows government to see one year of your internet history”

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