Home Secretary setting out plans to monitor internet use in the UK

Details of internet use in the UK will have to be stored for a year to allow police and intelligence services to access it, under government plans.Records will include people’s activity on social network sites, webmail, internet phone calls and online gaming.Home Secretary Theresa May said the change was needed to keep up with how criminals were using new technology.But senior Tory David Davis said it was “incredibly intrusive” and would only “catch the innocent and incompetent”.To continue reading this BBC News report, go to:
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