POLICE STATE - So-called "Conservatives" in Britain work to create a 1984 Orwellian nightmare world
- The UK Conservative Party wants to record every phone, email, text messages, Skype and web-mail in Britain.
- Now the Conservative Party wants to share that private data with foreign police
- Don;t worry - it's all for your "protection"
The UK Conservative Party government announced that foreign police forces will be able to obtain details of the British public’s Internet use, emails and text messages. In a controversial move, MPs were told that officials in Europe and the US will be able to take advantage of the Home Office’s proposed ‘snoopers’ charter’.
The information could be used for pursuing UK citizens for crimes which allegedly took place while they were on holiday or over the Internet.
Tory MP Dominic Raab said: ‘It is deeply troubling that foreign authorities will be able to access all our phone, email, text messages, Skype and web-mail data.
|Tory MP Dominic Raab|
attacks his own government.
‘The Government has a lousy track record of its own in safeguarding this data. And if Whitehall can’t protect our privacy, what chance when it is shovelled off to Warsaw?’
Home Secretary Theresa May is braced for a battle with civil liberties groups, backbench MPs and some Internet companies over the Communications Capabilities Development Programme.
It will force Internet service providers to keep the data of every website visit, email, text message and visit to Facebook or Skype for a minimum of 12 months.
Police and other government agencies will not be able to access the content of the emails or messages – but will know who was contacted, when and by what method.
The addresses of website visits – which build up a full picture of a person’s interests – will also be available. (UK Daily Mail)