Sep 252015
 September 25, 2015  Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Alexander J. Martin reports:

New documents revealing GCHQ’s mass-surveillance activities have detailed an operation codenamed KARMA POLICE, which slurped up the details of “every visible user on the Internet”.

The operation was launched in 2009, without Parliamentary consultation or public scrutiny, to record the browsing habits of “every visible user on the Internet” without the agency obtaining legal permission to do so, according to documents published by The Intercept.

Read more on The Register.

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