Britain: The massive surveillance state has arrived

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Police are to be given the power to view everyone’s entire internet history in a new surveillance bill to be published next week, according to reports.

The proposed legislation will make it a legal requirement for telecoms and internet service providers to retain all of the web browsing history for all customers for a period of 12 months, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Authorities such as the police, intelligence services and the National Crime Agency would be able to access specific web addresses people had visited, but would need approval from a judge to view the content of websites, emails and social media messages.

Police have argued that the powers are necessary due to the scale of activity being carried out online, with The Guardian reporting that police have lobbied the Government for the change.

WTF happened to our British cousins? How did the culture that spawned the start of this nation, completely surrender any shred of independence, dignity and liberty? Where is the nation that epitomized Churchill’s famous quote:

We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.

Britannia has gone down without a fight. Totalitarianism has conquered her beaches, her fields, her streets and her hills….75 years after this momentous stand.

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One thought on “Britain: The massive surveillance state has arrived

  1. WTF happened to our British cousins? How did the culture that spawned the start of this nation, completely surrender any shred of independence, dignity and liberty?

    Red Sharks, or “progressives” as they are called now.

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