MEPs back European web search history plan

More than 300 European MEPs are backing a plan that would force search engines such as Google to store details of web searches for up to two years.Two MEPs drew up the plan to help authorities develop an “early warning system” against paedophiles and sex offenders who were using the internet. However, civil liberties groups immediately criticised the proposals, which would represent a major increase in the monitoring of online activity.

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