UK planning to monitor and record every phone call, web page, and email sent by citizens

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The Home Office will create a database to store the details of every phone call made, every email sent and every web page visited by British citizens in the previous year under plans currently under discussion, it has emerged.

The Government wants to create the system to fight terrorism and crime. The police and security services believe it will make it easier to access important data as communications become more complex.

Telecoms firms and internet service providers (ISPs) have already been approached by the Home Office, which would be given customer records if the plans were realized.

Only a matter of time before the same happens in the U.S. It might already be underway by the NSA. Who knows.

more at Telegraph.co.uk

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