So yeah, this got snuck in while everyone was distracted by brexit & for whatever reason, it doesn't seem to making much noise in the news (barely anything on it, on bbc for example). http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/new...ance-law-in-the-history-of-western-democracy/ Passed both houses, just has to be signed in now, and is expected by the end of the year. TL: DR, ISPs will have to store a connection record for 12 months. No content or specific pages (so bbc.co.uk/sport, will just log bbc.co.uk). Agencies that can request to have a snoop http://www.independent.co.uk/life-s...wsing-history-what-does-it-mean-a7436251.html Oh and of course, to the suprise of no one, mps are exempt, and wouldn't pass it until they were. Can't wait until an mp leaves a laptop on a bench with access to the data. So basically, if value what little privacy you have left in the uk, then best get a decent vpn provider.