ISPs Slam UK Plan To Track Internet Use

Somebody seems to think "1984" was a how-to book


Plans to record every Briton's online activity and mobile phone use could put national security at risk and may not even be technically workable, internet companies have warned MPs.

The London Internet Exchange (Linx), which represents service providers, said the Government's controversial surveillance proposals represent a "dramatic shift" in the balance between individuals' privacy and the power of the state.