Theresa May faces fight over web browsing access
Guardian (UK) - over 1 year
Labour and Nick Clegg prepare to contest snooper’s charter plan to give intelligence agencies more powers The home secretary, Theresa May, should not seek to give the intelligence agencies full access to an individual’s web browsing history, Labour and the former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg are both likely to say when the government publishes its draft investigatory powers bill on Wednesday. Keir Starmer, the former director of public prosecutions and now a shadow Home Office minister, said Labour opposed giving intelligence agencies access to web browsing history since the measure was likely to give the agencies effective access to the content of an individual’s communications. Continue reading...
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