Brits Pass Law Allowing Police Access to Web Browsing: Is the US Next? Is UK Just a Beta Test for the US?

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The United Kingdom has introduced a law that would allow police to access users’ web browsing information for up to a year, requiring companies to retain customer browsing data for law enforcement agencies in case they need it.

Media and legal analyst “Lionel” joins RT’s Manila Chan to take a hard look at the implications of the new law — and if something like it could come to America.

Lionel, is an Emmy Award winning nationally syndicated American radio and television personality, media and legal analyst. He also describes himself as a news decoder.

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