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UK Plans to Track, Store All Browsing, Email and Phone Data

Tom Whitehead reporting in the Telegraph: "It will allow security services and the police to spy on the activities of every Briton who uses a phone or the internet. Moves to make every communications provider store details for at least a year will be unveiled later this year sparking fresh fears over a return of the surveillance state."

Read full story: Telegraph.co.uk

Related topics: Access Providers, Policy & Regulation, Privacy

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