Snoopers’ Charter

Will this video get Brits to care about the Snoopers’ Charter?

The Investigatory Powers bill (dubbed the “Snoopers’ Charter” by its critics) would give police and intelligence agencies the power to access web-browsing records and force internet companies to hold internet usage data for up to 12 months.

The Investigatory Powers Bill – it’s time to take a closer look

The so-called ‘Snooper’s Charter’ is being rushed through the UK Parliament.

Guest contributor Philip Le Riche takes a closer look.

This video explains the dangers of public WiFi, by spying on British MPs

Watch this video and see for yourself, just how easy it is for hackers to spy upon your internet activity… if you’re not properly protected when using a public WiFi hotspot.

Another tech firm says it has quit the UK over government internet surveillance plans

Eris Industries says it simply cannot engage in business if it is forced to incorporate cryptographic backdoors that can be accessed by MI5 and GCHQ.

Technology firm says it is quitting the UK because of government internet surveillance plans

The first of many?

The UK government’s plans for a Snooper’s Charter and backdoors on secure messaging applications don’t prove popular with one technology company.

Snooper’s Charter back on the agenda, after UK election

If you haven’t done so already, start thinking now about how you can keep your online activity private.

Only a few hours remain to give your opinion on proposed UK “Snooper’s Charter”

Time is rapidly running out for people to submit their comments to the UK government, about draft legislation which could allow police and intelligence services to spy on who you have been emailing, and what websites you have been visiting.

Here’s how to have your say..