The British government has dusted off previously shelved plans to create huge databases, enabling spy agencies to monitor every phone call, email and text message as well as websites visited by everyone in the country.
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The Telegraph reports that under the plans, the government will force every communications network to store the data for one year. The plans also extend to social networking sites suchThe plans, drawn up by MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, the government’s secret eavesdropping agency, may be officially announced as soon as May, according to details seen by the Telegraph. Those agencies would have real time access to the records kept by companies such as Vodafone and British Telecom. as Facebook and Twitter, and gaming sites.
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