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Ministers are to consider plans for a database of electronic information holding details of every phone call and e-mail sent in the UK, it has emerged.
The plans, reported in the Times, are at an early stage and may be included in the draft Communications Bill later this year, the Home Office confirmed.
reply to post by JAK
If you really think this is news, you're behind on the times JAK. Sorry to spoil it for you. I've been reading on every single kind of possible source of intelligence gathering arena you can think of to understand all of this. Here's a great book that will delve you a whole lot more into the length of the Government's snooping into everything you do.
No Place to Hide
This book details every agency, every private industry company, and names Law Enforcement as well as Government Agency specifics and all of the entire process along with all kinds of other things you can imagine to add to your knowledge of "Big Brother" and the no-no's they're up to.
[edit on 20-5-2008 by SpartanKingLeonidas]