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Revealed: The 48 organisations that can see your entire online browsing history, even if you delete it

Revealed: The 48 organisations that can see your entire online browsing history, even if you delete it

Revealed: The 48 organisations that can see your entire online browsing history, even if you delete it
November 26
17:23 2016

 

Revealed: The 48 organisations that can see your entire online browsing history, even if you delete it

Investigatory Powers Bill was passed by the House of Lords last week

Internet providers must keep data for a year and police can hack phones

An attempted amendment to the law from the Lords was rejected by MPs

Now a blogger has created a list of all the people who will be able to request to view your internet history

By Abigail Beall For Mailonline

Published: 06:54 EST, 25 November 2016

The police, NHS and the tax man will now be able to hack into your phones and check your browsing history after the Snoopers’ Charter was passed by Parliament last week.

The bill, officially called the Investigatory Powers Bill, forces electronic data to be stored by internet providers for 12 months, which can be subsequently collected by law enforcement.

Now a blogger has created a list of all the people who will be able to request to view your internet history if the bill passes Royal Assent to become law.

The new law introduces new surveillance and hacking powers.

Chris Yui, who works in Edinburgh as a general manager at Uber, wrote in his personal blog: ‘I always wondered what it would feel like to be suffocated by the sort of state intrusion that citizens are subjected to in places like China, Russia and Iran.

‘I guess we’re all about to find out.’

He listed the 48 departments that will now have access to information such as internet browsing history, set out in Schedule 4 of the Act.

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