4000 new laws since New Labour came to office. Unprecedented surveillance of *everyone* not just by the police and security services but apparently by several hundred "public bodies". Yeah, that sign is about right.
Just posted this today - and yes, I really did send the FoI request quoted in it.Oh, and to be precise - it's Captain Sir Henry Morgan in my passport and driving licence - and all other official files.Fuck 'em.
Forgot the link:http://wiganpatriot.blogspot.com/2009/04/regulation-of-investigatory-powers-act.html
above link is BNP spam
No anonymous, it's not spam.What you mean is that you are a clawhammer gang supporter and you don't like the above link.
"Confidential", except all the numbers that you call now are being recorded, Duh!Who is going to report that plod who killed the non-protestor at the G20?He was acting like a terrorist! In fact, why not report some troughers?
That's an interesting point Anon 23:47.I guess calls to Childline (and others) aren't quite so confidential any more.
"I guess calls to Childline (and others) aren't quite so confidential any more."Unless made from one of the few remaining public phone boxes. Likewise the Anti-Terrorist ( grass your neighbour for bin crime ) Hotline0800 789 321I own an unregistered mobile but expect a good tasering through me ear'ole at any moment.
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