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Snoopers Charter - Investigatory Powers Bill

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Investigatory Powers Bill: ‘Snoopers Charter 2’ to pass into law, giving Government sweeping spying powers

The bill will force internet companies to store their users’ browsing data for a year, and will allow the government to force phone makers to hack into people’s handsets

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/snoopers-charter-2-investigatory-powers-bill-parliament-lords-what-does-it-mean-a7423866.html

 

 

 

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Demon woman 

PM was her reward

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Right now, the majority are more interested in the brexit outcome.This won't be front page news .

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On 11/17/2016 at 10:11 PM, Afroman said:

Right now, the majority are more interested in the brexit outcome.This won't be front page news .

 

First time ive seen it, its fully been buried... absolutely disgraceful.

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Press in this country are joke as well.

We've heard more about a man getting plastered at a wedding after work than this.

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so whats going on with encrypted phones. they being made illegal yet?

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1 minute ago, Meticulous said:

so whats going on with encrypted phones. they being made illegal yet?

 

Doesnt matter, snoopers charter says companies gotta put backdoors into them.

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Absolutely fucked,

They flung it through parliament like they were voting on local park gardening budgets.

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3 minutes ago, FA23 said:

 

Doesnt matter, snoopers charter says companies gotta put backdoors into them.

does that have to be done physically on the phones during manufacture or is it just some kind of decryption tool that they have to give up?

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Supporters of the Bill claimed that it is needed to keep us, the country and the national infrastructure safe. By hoarding more of our information in vast databases and weakening encryption it risks doing the exact opposite.

 

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madness 

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3 hours ago, Heero Yuy said:

Absolutely fucked,

They flung it through parliament like they were voting on local park gardening budgets.

Big time joke

Press are finished

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16 minutes ago, Supermalt said:

Big time joke

Press are finished

 

Think it was only a few of the lib dems opposing it, labour were not involved at all smh.

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Tells you media really run the politics in many countries. I'm sure if the press reported it crazy, politicians would care more 

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3 hours ago, FA23 said:

 

Think it was only a few of the lib dems opposing it, labour were not involved at all smh.

labour were quieeeeeeeeet Ray Charles'd the entire thing. actually upsetting as i thought theyd make at least some noise

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VPNs

Porno

Encryption 

will all be banned, which will make it easier for them to ban streaming sites and downloading etc..

then the internet will only be facebook

 

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the next ISP to offer broadband & VPN services bundled wins the internet

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Caleb Chen, a spokesman for Private Internet Access, said: "The legislation specifically mentions connection service providers and not just ISPs, and the assumption is that VPNs based in the UK will have to give up their logs under this law."

"But as a US-based company, my legal team has advised me that we would not be under any obligation to do so. And even if the government were to try to take it a step further and say no UK citizen could use a VPN that was not compliant with the law, those services would still be available."

so ISPs cannot cash in

still this is good news

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Tor and gpg4win for pc/laptop related stuff 

 

 

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End goal will be a nationwide intranet of pre approved Murdoch propaganda sites 

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