Brits support mass Internet surveillance, but distrust Internet Service Providers, survey finds

A survey conducted by Broadband Genie indicates that 63% of Brits are in favour of the use of mass Internet surveillance. Furthermore, 67% of Brits say they lack confidence in the ability of ISPs to store their data safely. When it comes to accessing personal data, national and local authorities are considered to be among the least trustworty by the Brits, who placed them below police and intelligence agencies.