Theresa May says ‘contentious’ parts of web surveillance plan dropped – BBC News

Posted November 2nd, 2015 in bills, internet, investigatory powers, news, police by tracey

‘Police will be able to see websites people have visited but not the specific pages they have viewed without a warrant, under new government plans. Theresa May said the Investigatory Powers Bill will not have some “contentious” parts of the 2012 plan, dubbed a snooper’s charter by critics.’

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BBC News, 1st November 2015