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Who is your friend?

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The government wants to know

Millions of Britons who use social networking sites such as Facebook could soon have their every move monitored by the Government and saved on a “Big Brother” database.

Something tells me that NuLabour are becoming increasingly paranoid over the terrorist threat, apart from giving three hours of training to 60000 civilian watchdogs to combat the threat they now plan to find out who your friends are, who you are following, who you send private messages to, who is in your address book, and whereabouts in South Shields you send you send your stuff from, whether it’s at home, an internet cafe, or via a wifi hotspot. They may as well install a CCTV camera in every living room to see what we are getting up to and to monitor our keystrokes.

Have they no concept of privacy, personal freedom, liberty, and respect for the individual?

How long before it comes to this and the knock on the door from “Jackboot” Jacqui’s private army? We are a nation under surveillance.

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Written by curly

March 25, 2009 at 12:44 pm

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  1. No, we are all suspects

    That makes the UK an open remand prison

    Old Holborn

    March 25, 2009 at 12:57 pm

  2. Roll on them reading my stuff, heart attacks in Labour HQ will soar….

    fidothedog

    March 25, 2009 at 2:57 pm


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