UK Government to open the coffers to ISPs for storing EVERY online action Britons take.

The Guardian is reporting that the British Government is telling ISPs that it will pay for the collection and storage of the logs of British citizens internet activity as part of a massively invasive online surveillance bill.

The Home Office has confirmed it will foot the bill, thought to run into tens and possibly hundreds of millions, for collecting and storing the extra social media and web browsing records needed to implement the scheme, which critics have dubbed an “online snooper’s charter”.

Online privacy: Home Office to write blank cheque for ‘snoopers’ charter’ | World news | The Guardian


UK government offers unlimited budget to pay ISPs to spy on us – Boing Boing


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