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Monday, 2 April 2012

Britain's On-Line Surveillance State

According to this Telegraph readers' poll, at the time of this writing 92.79% of readers do not want the government to monitor their Internet and e-mail activity.

What this ultimately means is that the government will go forward nevertheless with their proposals to intrude on our private lives.  Because, you know, if the public doesn't want it (like the smoking ban), then the government just does what it wants anyway.  Like the honey badger, government just takes what it wants: