Could internet history be logged on the superhub and accessed easily by simply logging on to the router's advanced settings/configuration page?
no. would need potentially infinite storage to write the history to, and it does not have that.
I am sure GCHQ have it though is you ask nicely
if you want internet history captured, you write a bit of code to insert into PC that sends everything via a hidden proxy address ,and you log traffic at the remote proxy.
That's what happens if you sign up for " we'll pay you to let us monitor your internet shipping habits" survey deals
there is stuff that VM are legally obliged to keep, and share only with police etc, but I don't have the list to hand. from memory it includes the address fof anyone you've ever emailed but I am unsire if it also includes every page you've ever visited. just avoid those jihadi video & "how to make a bomb from stuff they sell at homebase" sites, to be safe
The 2009 Regulations apply to data generated or processed in the UK and specify that the data that must be retained are data necessary to:
trace and identify the source of a communication;
identify the destination of a communication;
identify the date, time and duration of a communication; and
identify the type of communication.
In the words of the 2009 Regulations, this includes data generated or process by means of 'mobile telephony', 'internet access', 'internet email' and 'internet telephony.' It is also necessary to identify the users' communication equipment.
Additionally for mobile telephony, data must be retained to identify the location of mobile communication equipment.
The provisions of the 2009 Regulations also require public communications providers to retain data that relates to unsuccessful call attempts either stored (in respect of telephony data) or logged (in respect of internet data) in the UK. An “unsuccessful call attempt” is defined as an attempt at communication where a telephone call has been successfully connected but not answered or where there has been a network management intervention. This requirement does not apply to unconnected calls.
No data of the actual content of a communication is to be retained for the purposes of compliance with the 2009 Regulations.