Snoopers Charter: UK’s web browsing history can now be stored for a year

The internet history of every British citizen will be stored for a year by service providers under new surveillance laws.

This sparked controversy across the UK, some people welcomed the idea, others thought it was an invasion of their privacy.

I wrote an article on this story and spoke to the people of Manchester to get their thoughts on the new plans. This was published in the local news section of the Key103 website.

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I also published this story on Quays News, Salford University’s news website, as Key103 remove stories from their website after a month.

You can read the fully story on the Quays News website. 

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