The UK Wants ISPs to Store All of Their Traffic Data

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As part of what one Member of Parliament calls “the most intrusive surveillance regime in the west,” the British government’s Home Office is hoping to require ISPs to route all of the data that gets transferred over their servers through a ‘black box.’ In addition to spying on you, the box will also slow down everyone’s connection speed. Sounds like fun.

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