The draft Communications Data Bill is of great concern, not primarily because it lacks controls over who can access private data – these will be added – but because it creates a privacy-destroying surveillance resource which is certain to be abused in the future – both by government agencies and by illegal intruders. Read more in my article about it on ComputerWorldUK.
- If you thought Labour’s plans to spy on us were bad… | Henry Porter (guardian.co.uk)
- Draft of email-snooping ‘Communications Data Bill’ published online (wired.co.uk)
- Don’t let the state search my internet searches (telegraph.co.uk)
- Online Activities To Be Recorded By UK ISPs (yro.slashdot.org)
- Theresa May sets out plans to monitor internet use in the UK – BBC News (bbc.co.uk)