Does the government want to snoop on your data?

Does the government really want you to tell them everything? And what are its new communications-watching plans all about? Simon Brew finds out more…

By now, there's a sporting chance that you may already have heard this particular news. It's regarding the government's plan that it's effectively bringing back to life a proposal that was dropped by the previous administration, to enable the broader, real-time monitoring of e-ails and website history.

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