Sky News:Under new spying powers, police and security services will be able to see what websites a person has visited without a warrant.
The web browsing history of every person in the UK will be recorded for a year, under new legislation being announced by the Home Secretary later.
Police and security services will be able to access that data – which will include all the sites a person visits, but not the individual pages within that site – without a warrant.
The new draft Investigatory Powers Bill is an attempt to bring many different surveillance powers of the security services and police under one comprehensive piece of legislation.
It will be examined by both Houses of Parliament before voting on the final version of the bill in 2016.
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