Really not sure about this at all:
The Home Office will create a database to store the details of every phone call made, every email sent and every web page visited by British citizens in the previous year under plans currently under discussion, it has emerged.
It does rather depend upon what it is that they\’re going to put in the database. Who you called or what you said in the call? Who you emailed or the contents of it?
The former is really just access to the logs of the communications provider, isn\’t it?
The latter is obviously a great deal more serious. So, which is it do you think?