Doesn't surprise me in the slightest but it will not stop anything.
Terrorists will start using homing pigeons.
Then all homing pigeons will have to be micro chipped.
Then anyone buying too much bird seed will come under surveillance, as will anyone wearing a cloth cap particularly if they're wearing it over Arab dress.
The new Galileo spy satellite will home in on back yards looking for undeclared pigeon lofts, and so it will continue until they who shouldn't be named disappear up their own special place where the sun don't shine.
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As it is already happening immaterial of the legalities makes no real difference. Even if our government were not doing it the American are.
As crime and conflict are lucrative the perpetrators are always better equipped than the enforcement so escalation does nothing more than waste government money and increases the crime to make it more lucrative.
Pigeons seem a bit big. I am expecting special trained armies of ants with small electronic devices attached. Then the satellites will be focusing on the cracks of pavements for underground information centres.
You do have to question if this is a real coalition party anymore.
You shouldn't have a problem with that if your not doing anything illegal.
Should they leak information about you, you can "just" sue them.
Even if this system/law stops one terrorist, it will be worth it. Emails and web/phone historys are worth nothing.
Alternatively, everyone just sends so many huge emails, it overloads their system.
As they say Jon889, if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear
Because that would be illegal.
It would also mean the ISP email provider would also be required to "distribute" your personal email - which is also illegal, is it not?
Unfortunately, sending massive emails would cause your provider to crash before it did a storage server any harm. Some little scrotum at the college I work set a rule up on a teachers laptop while they wasn't looking.
All it did was forward a copy of any email received to them self, all it did was cause a massive back log and queue on emails which after a little while did delay emails going through the server.
Was easy enough to delete them though.
Oh and Colwal, you reminded me of this.
The impossible task! Which will only catch the novice computer users and such a breach in privacy. Time to get my pen out to my local Mp again, :P
They say its for Police only, and for terror related stuff.... Like ACS:Law have done, wont they be able to request data like they do to our ISP's? .. Be a lot more people getting cought watching Porn if the government logs everything.
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