Since Trump is being Trump and that's getting boring, let's discuss what May will be able to do, without a pesky European Court, and a quadrillion seats majority for the next hundred years. The Investigatory Powers Act is already law, but in parts curbed by rulings of the ECJ (bulk data collection), and other challenges are pending -- but obviously irrelevant, if the ECJ is no longer recognised. As there are, for instance: Hacking of computers, networks, mobile devices, servers, and just about everything under the sun. (Though that was a regular occurrence before, simply without any legal cover.) Storing just about all records for 12 months -- who, where, what, when. And the entire stuff in real-time as well. Last week, there were further clarifications: Which, aside from the ability to abuse it, is every Russian hacker's dream come true -- encryption that is intentionally weakened, for everyone, everywhere. Making encryption illegal is my personal 21st century equivalent of burning books. So ... good luck, folks?