Mac Developer: GCHQ tried to track Web visits of “every visible user on Internet” | Ars Technica
GCHQ tried to track Web visits of “every visible user on Internet” | Ars Technica If you used the World Wide Web anytime after 2007, the United Kingdom's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has probably spied on you. That's the revelation contained in documents published today by The Intercept, which detail a GCHQ operation called "Karma Police"—a program that tracked Web browsing habits of people around the globe in what the agency itself billed as the "world's biggest" Internet data-mining operation, intended to eventually track "every visible user on the Internet."
Undoubtedly, monitoring these logs is easily the most boring job in the world.
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