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Submission + - Online Activities to be Recorded by UK ISPs (

SmartAboutThings writes: "The United Kingdom online monitoring law just got published showcasing some disturbing facts. The paper is 123 pages long and is actually a draft of the Communications Data Bill. You might not be so happy to find out that from now, every single thing you do online will be recorded and stored by the good old Internet Service providers (ISP). What do we mean by online activity? Well, everything. From exchanging emails, browsing history, instant messaging to the most important use of social networks."
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Online Activities to be Recorded by UK ISPs

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