"schwit1 quotes a report from Zero Hedge on Great Britain's newly-enacted "snoopers' charter":
For those who missed our original reports, here is the new law in a nutshell:
- it requires telecom companies to keep records of all users' web activity for a year, creating databases of personal information that the firms worry could be vulnerable to leaks and hackers.
- Civil liberties groups say the law establishes mass surveillance of British citizens, following innocent internet users from the office to the living room and the bedroom.
- They are right. Which government agencies have access to the internet history of any British citizen?
- Here is the answer courtesy of blogger Chris Yuo, who has compiled the list
Click through to the comments to read the entire list...."