UK government says byebye to privacy
The British government intends to take steps which will make privacy virtually impossible for UK residents. The Telegraph says all internet service providers and telecommunication companies will be legally required to store records of all personal communications for one year.
The UK government is not just storing the data. It will make the data
available to no less then 653 public bodies. That means the police,
fire brigades, the ambulance services, financial authorities (taxes!),
prisons and local councils and other related authorities will have
access to the data. Even without the permission of a judge.
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