Watch Where You Click: From Today The Government Is Logging All Of Your Internet Activity

By James O Malley on at

Oh! You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout - I'm telling you why: Draconian bulk data collection is coming to Britain.

They're making a list, checking it twice, gonna find out who's naughty or nice, because the government is legally mandating ISPs to log your internet activity from today.

They see you when you're sleeping, they know when you're awake, they know if you've been bad or good, so surrender your civil liberties for goodness sake!

Merry Christmas readers. From today, be careful where you click because today the Investigatory Powers Act - otherwise known as the Snooper's Charter - comes into effect, giving the government unprecedented powers to collect data and surveil the people of Britain, with only tokenistic oversights.

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The good news is that as we reported last week, bulk collection is being challenged in the courts, and campaigners could conceivably force the government to re-think. But for the time being at least, remember: you're being watched.

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