U.K. Considers Surveillance of Social-Networking Sites

The U.K. government is considering the mass surveillance and retention of all user communications on social-networking sites, including Facebook, MySpace, and Bebo. Vernon Coaker the U.K. Home Office security minister, said the EU Data Retention Directive, under which Internet service providers must store communications data for 12 months, does not go far enough.

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