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`Snooper's Charter' Would Make Brits Most Spied-Upon People

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  • Draft bill would let police hack into millions of devices
  • Lawmakers criticize the bill for being overly intrusive

As opposition to a proposed U.K. Internet surveillance law mounts, British lawmakers want the government to change some of the measure’s most onerous requirements, though even a watered-down version will place Britons among the world’s most spied-upon people. 

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