Saturday, April 4, 2009

Personal web data to be stored for a year

From Monday All your emails, web browsing history and mobile calls will be stored for a year due to sweeping new laws making Britain a proper kleptocracy.

Your web browsing will be stored from your ISP. The Government will force you to have it all revealed to them from your ISP. IP addresses the works.

Story in the Independent here

Welcome to Database Britain . Big Brother is now watching you real time.


  1. Is there no way this can be avoided?

  2. The conservatives, and lib dems want this aswell

    I would vote them out

  3. As a total disrupter to the idea of collecting and sharing this data, I shall create a signature that goes on the bottom of every email that I send.

    This is a disclaimer and a protest at the collection, retention and sharing of my personal mail. By adding a string of key words, it will guarantee that each and every mail that I send will now need to be manually viewed as it is picked up by the auto scan software. If every person in the UK does exactly the same, then the entire system will quickly become so unmanageable, so unwieldy that it will become unworkable.

    Key words, bomb, assassinate, president, brown, government, target, location, rocket, grenade, al-Qaeda, pakistan, India, Afghanistan, UK, America, guns, jets, bombs, machine-gun, terrorists, MP's, pigs, troughs, France, Germany, Italy, nuclear, Korea.

  4. Good to know someone else gives the dog treats

  5. Information overload anybody ?