George Orwell's "1984" is now a reality in Britain. The UK has said Goodbye to privacy! While Brits were preoccupied with Brexit and Don the Con, the UK Parliament rapidly passed the 500 page "Snoopers Law". Now in effect, the new surveillance law requires all Internet companies, phone companies, ISPs, libraries, etc. to retain everyone's records for one year and give security services and police unlimited access. It also allows security services to hack into computers and phones. There is no exemption for journalists; the measure has been described as “a death sentence for investigative journalism” in the UK. On top of Brexit, I wouldn't want to live in Britain right now.