This List Shows EVERYONE Who Can See Your ENTIRE Internet History

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Our right to privacy is about to get a lot more complicated.

A list of all the agencies who will be able to request to view your internet browser history has been revealed.

Every website you've visited will soon be handed over to agencies on request under a new Investigatory Powers Bill, which looks set to be made into law in the next few weeks.

Don't worry though, your boss or that crush at work won't able to have a quick snoop at your browser history whenever they please.

The bill, which is being dubbed as the "snoopers bill" will force internet providers to keep their records for up to a year and make them available to the government if asked.

Those internet connection records (ICR'S) can be viewed by the likes of public bodies, such as the Food Standards Agency and the Department for Work and Pensions.

The records detail the full list of every website that people have visited, rather than collecting which specific pages are visited or what's done on them, so you can take a sigh of relief.

The full list of agencies that can now ask for UK citizens’ browsing history, which is laid out in Schedule 4 of the Bill and was collected by Chris Yiu, is below:

  • Metropolitan Police Service

  • City of London Police

  • Police forces maintained under section 2 of the Police Act 1996

  • Police Service of Scotland

  • Police Service of Northern Ireland

  • British Transport Police

  • Ministry of Defence Police

  • Royal Navy Police

  • Royal Military Police

  • Royal Air Force Police

  • Security Service

  • Secret Intelligence Service

  • GCHQ

  • Ministry of Defence

  • Department of Health

  • Home Office

  • Ministry of Justice

  • National Crime Agency

  • HM Revenue & Customs

  • Department for Transport

  • Department for Work and Pensions

  • NHS trusts and foundation trusts in England that provide ambulance services

  • Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health Service

  • Competition and Markets Authority

  • Criminal Cases Review Commission

  • Department for Communities in Northern Ireland

  • Department for the Economy in Northern Ireland

  • Department of Justice in Northern Ireland

  • Financial Conduct Authority

  • Fire and rescue authorities under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004

  • Food Standards Agency

  • Food Standards Scotland

  • Gambling Commission

  • Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority

  • Health and Safety Executive

  • Independent Police Complaints Commissioner

  • Information Commissioner

  • NHS Business Services Authority

  • Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Care Trust

  • Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service Board

  • Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Regional Business Services Organisation

  • Office of Communications

  • Office of the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland

  • Police Investigations and Review Commissioner

  • Scottish Ambulance Service Board

  • Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission

  • Serious Fraud Office

  • Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust