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Every phone call, email and internet click stored by 'state spying' databases

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All telecoms companies and internet service providers will be required by law to keep a record of every customer's personal communications, showing who they are contacting, when, where and which websites they are visiting.Despite widespread opposition over Britain's growing surveillance society, 653 public bodies will be given access to the confidential information, including police, local councils, the Financial Services Authority, the Ambulance Service, fire authorities and even prison governors. They will not require the permission of a judge or a magistrate to access the information, but simply the authorisation of a senior police officer or the equivalent of a deputy head of department at a local authority. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/lawandorder/6533107/Every-phone-call-email-and-internet-click-stored-by-state-spying-databases.html

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Meh, I don't really care if the Government knows what porn sites I visit.

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Meh, I don't really care if the Government knows what porn sites I visit.
:lol:A topic you made in Love and Life says otherwise.
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Nice to know this is still a free country were people are not seen as criminals and they dont need to be spied on in the street or on the internetOf course they was doing this before but now its lower agencys being allowed to reign there tyrannical practices on you

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I just need to stop looking at those borderline porn sites and I'm cool.

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firms involved in keeping the data, such as as Orange, BT and Vodafone, will be reimbursed at a cost to the taxpayer of £2billion over 10 years. what kind of bull sh*t is this/Ministers said that they have still got to work with the communications industry to find the correct way of framing the proposals in law – meaning it will not come before Parliament until after the General Election. But the Home Office yesterday insisted it would push the legislation through

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firms involved in keeping the data, such as as Orange, BT and Vodafone, will be reimbursed at a cost to the taxpayer of £2billion over 10 years. what kind of bull sh*t is this
f*ckries.
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The latest figures on the use of the RIPA legislation by public bodies, show that state bodies including town halls made 519,260 requests last year - one every minute - to spy on the phone records and email accounts of members of the public. The number of requests has risen by 44 per cent in two years to a rate of 1,422 new cases every day, leading to claims of an abuse of using the powers for trivial matters such as littering and dog fouling
didnt even kno they could do this
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'llow it, once the BPI get apporved for access I'm pissed

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was expecting the topic to be made by the other guy...

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Ahh well, nothing we can do about it. We all got happy when such freedom of information sharing/educating ourselves/freedom to connect with people in so many different ways came about, it was silly of us to think it wouldn't come back to bite us in the arse at some point.Lol at thinking this wasn't all a ruse to get us comfortable and think we can't live without the internet/other forms of communication so we have no choice but to keep using this sh*t even when we know people are watching us because it's now the norm.1-0 to them me thinks.

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As plenty of recent news stories have shown, most people within law enforcement can access this information anyway. I don't care about feds having these kinda systems cos lets be honest, they probably have already had them from the 1990'sMy problem is the goverment allowing these systems into local council offices.

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we dont even have enough social workers right nowdno how this is gna work
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Ahh well, nothing we can do about it.
WrongFurthermore you might be right actually, what if they put information like this out to see who protests, so they can offer them an alternative/something else to believe in...ultimately another form of controlTrue say knowledge is power, information is money...So if they know what kind of sheep you are, they know what kind of shepherd to show you...thats what all this surveillance is about, it may all be money orientated
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As plenty of recent news stories have shown, most people within law enforcement can access this information anyway. I don't care about feds having these kinda systems cos lets be honest, they probably have already had them from the 1990'sMy problem is the goverment allowing these systems into local council offices.
thisall this anti terrorist bullshit
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Its all about the moneybut soon this sh*t will be abused by people who have no reason to be using it

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SP the gun fires rapidand I don't talk on the phonejust incase that the feds tap it

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I always feel like somebodys watching me*skanks*

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SP the gun fires rapidand I don't talk on the phonejust incase that the feds tap it
uve jus made a it a styles p day
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