Ripples in a world of news

Leaked Docs Show UK’s Spy Bill Would Force Internet Providers To Track People In Real Time

A draft of a proposed new surveillance law in the U.K. leaked Thursday shows the country’s government wants the power to force internet service providers (ISPs) to give up people’s communications in real time.

The Investigatory Powers Bill, colloquially known as the “snoopers’ charter,” originally passed under the helm of the Conservative Party in November.

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Other world news

Venezuela — NBC News

In cities around the country there are reports of political unrest by day and shootouts and looting at night. Scenes include students and housewives armed with sticks and rocks, confronting National Guard troops with anti-riot gear using tear gas, water cannons and other weapons to beat back crowds.

Does any of that sound vaguely familiar?

Who knew El Chapo Guzman had a wife who is an American citizen, with twin girls? Just consider those thoughts for a moment. – NBC News

3 comments on “Ripples in a world of news

  1. Peppermint says:

    If I were the people in UK I’d really be ticked off. But then again we are monitored for every action we take via phone, email and Internet. I also vision these x-ray type lethal weapons of the NSA watching everything we do in our own houses.

    Ha, ha another story out of Japan has found once again another “ghost ship” from North Korea. It usually contains a bunch of dead people. The story goes that these have been washing up on Japan’s shores for years. It’s grisly and the deduction is fatty Kim sends some of his soldiers out to fish for food since there is such a food shortage, but the equipment to fish is bad as most stuff in N. K is.

    I fear a Venezuela in our future.

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