Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Britain's internet history law: A new frontier of surveillance?

November 30, 2016 The Christian Science Monitor

Timothy Edgar, senior fellow at Brown's Watson Institute, comments on the likelihood of American legislators adopting similar surveillance policies as the British Parliament, which has recently passed a controversial law that allows government officials to monitor the web surfing behaviors of Britons for suspected terrorists and cyber criminals.

Britain's internet history law: A new frontier of surveillance? (comments by Tim Edgar) – The Christian Science Monitor