Category Archives: Privacy

Sinister Surveillance

David Cameron has pledged that, if re-elected in May, he will introduce legislation to allow monitoring of all internet, email and mobile telephone activity. This “snoopers’ charter” has already been rejected once, on the grounds that it would impose an … Continue reading

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Liberty Ex

It was already outrageous that GCHQ believed it was entitled to spy on British citizens because our communications were being carried over foreign servers, now our government is trying to change the law so that we can be subjected to … Continue reading

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Surrendering Freedom

It is reassuring to see that our politicians have voted to set up a watchdog which will regulate the dissemination of news. However, given that official bodies are, almost without exception, subject to exploitation and perversion – for reference, see … Continue reading

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Internet Freedom

It is interesting to see that, only a few days after the web asked users to unite to fight against SOPA and PIPA, supposedly in order to preserve the freedom of the internet, both Google and Facebook have announced that … Continue reading

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