12:18 27 May 2013
Following the Woolwich murder, on Sunday the Home Secretary Theresa May has outlined preventive measures against potential radicalisation of British Muslims. These include tougher pre-emptive censorships of internet sites and banning orders for so-called hate preachers.
She also talked about Communications Data Bill – the Snoopers Charter. This will allow security services and the police to monitor texts, emails, and other internet traffic.
She said, as quoted by The Mirror: "I have made my view very clear. The law enforcement agencies and the intelligence agencies need access to communications data.
"That is essential to them doing their job."
She added: "There is no doubt that people are able to watch things through the internet which can lead to radicalisation."
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