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Snoopers' Charter, UK’s Most Privacy Invasive Law Passed By Parliament

The Investigatory Powers bill, which will give intelligence and law enforcement agencies unprecedented surveillance powers and will force ISPs to store browsing activities, was passed by the UK Parliament.

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  1. Looking more and more like the UK is fast becoming a Socialist State.
  2. Nothing to do with Socialism. All its doing is publicly stating the snooping it's doing. Unlike most other Western Govts like the US, that don't tell their citizens what they are doing. All Govt's snoop, some are just more honest about it than others.
  3. just a money grab to make you poorer, seriously 99.9% of people do nothing on the web why should 99.9% of population pay for 0.01% of illegal activities on the internet ?
  4. Voting made #Brexit and Trump. Voting still has some power, small as it is allowed to be. Brits are accepting these policies. If not, but not doing anything about it... well... enjoy your tea.
  5. time for a serious VPN ?
  6. This feels very... 5th of November.. ish.
  7. Who watches the Watchmen?
  8. That's why I use armorsearch.com as my search engine.. scary stuff!
  9. steve521 said:
    That's why I use armorsearch.com as my search engine.. scary stuff!


    Seems a little sketchy. I'd have more trust in startpage.com
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