[Wolves] Latest government web 'snooping' proposals....

Ron Wellsted ron at wellsted.org.uk
Tue Apr 3 13:03:03 UTC 2012

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On 03/04/12 13:54, Kevanf1 wrote:
> So, any comments on the latest government snooping proposals?  How
> can we, as the government's employers, put a stop to this?  Once
> again they are using the old chestnut of needing the extra power of
> being able to check every person's e-mail and web history because
> of the threat of terrorism and paedophiles.  Yet again, a sledge
> hammer to crack a nut.  The number of terrorists and paedophiles in
> society is actually tiny.  By their actions, this government (don't
> forget Labour tried the same thing back in 2006) are making us all
> appear guilty of some heinous crime.  Yet, our justice system is
> built on the premise of being innocent unless proven guilty by a
> proper court of law.  Not guilty unless you can prove other wise
> from the outset.

Well, there is an petition online

Obviously set up to make it easy to identify who's internet activity
to monitor.  Don't worry, as members of a subversive organisation,
WolvesLUG members are already on the list...
</tin foil hat> ;=)

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