The FBI Wants to Know What You Do Online
The FBI wants Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to save your browsing history. FBI Director Robert Mueller wants ISPs to track “origin and destination information” about their customers’ browsing habits and store them for authorities’ use for two full years.
If the FBI has its way, it would mean that clearing your browser history and erasing cookies from your computer won’t be enough to protect your privacy. Though the FBI would only be able to access the information if they have a warrant, the amount of data ISPs would have to save is going to be huge.
Recording what Web sites are visited is likely to draw both practical and privacy objections. Still, no details are currently available on the exact information the FBI is calling for.