Oct 302015
 
 October 30, 2015  Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Alexander J. Martin reports:

IPB Police have demanded to be given access to the whole of the public’s web-browsing history as part of the forthcoming Investigatory Powers Bill, due to be published in draft form next week.

The government has been lobbied by senior police officers to include in its new surveillance legislation a requirement for service providers to retain a greater range of data, including weblog data, which police would be able to access for investigative purposes.

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