At least one agency that can request internet browsing data is holding off until the European Court of Justice settles an important case.
If telling the truth goes against the government's "national interest" then it could land you in trouble.
Because why bother listening to people who are professionally more knowledgeable than you?
'Darknet' opens this week at London's Southwark Playhouse. Playwright Rose Lewenstein and director Russell Bender discuss their creative process.
The Investigatory Powers Bill entered Parliament on Tuesday, with some changes from earlier drafts.
The draft Investigatory Powers Bill would store "internet connection records" for a year.
Conservatives are already pushing to fast-track a bill that Edward Snowden has called "the most intrusive and least accountable surveillance regime in the West."
The Tories want to scrap the Human Rights Act, spy on civilians, reduce employment rights, slash subsidies for clean energy, and make it harder for Labour to win elections. Surely the intentions aren't all as bad as they sound?
Four Lords are trying to shoehorn parts of the failed "snoopers' charter" into another counter-terror bill.
Following the controversial DRIP legislation, the UK appoints a new special envoy to improve access to data from US companies too.
While everyone was talking about the Cabinet reshuffle, the DRIP bill passed through the House of Commons.