The move comes as one of Britain's leading online commentators has been questioned by police following a complaint by the main governing party.
The new rules would allow a suspect to be detained indefinitely, without being charged or put on trial.
But officials insist the law is not intended to strangle internet freedom.'
That story was on the Beeb website and in keeping with our policy of minor subversion I have only changed a couple of words.
It will happen here too. Anyone who believes that the Government's attempt to impose 56 days on us is aimed at 'Terrorists' is missing the point.
Our favourite ex-Stalinist Mr Reid (he of Colin and Justin fame) has already talked of the need to 'target' agitators now that mere terrorists are under control.
That combined with the mass of spin which talks of the dangers of unrestricted access to the Net, anonymity and non-politeness leads me to believe that it is only a matter of time before we see ASBOs for bloggers and worse.
And I am not the only one.
'Famous for 15 megapixels' has an interesting take on things...........
but when you've got the dollar falling through the floor, carrier groups sailing in all sorts of provocative places, homeland security chiefs with 'gut feelings' about imminent terrorist attacks and UK police chiefs talking about mass internment, rest assured it probably won't be a long wait'
I think Bush and Blair are war criminals who should be languishing in custom built cells in the Hague.
There, said it now.
If you do, say so.