Monday, 6 April 2009

All your internet activity now belongs to the Government - How do we get round this?

As of today, ISPs will have to keep details of all your internet activities for a year. All the better for furnishing the state with private information about you and for random private companies and public officials in the chain to leak.

Charlotte Gore has a good post on this frightening situation. Some people in the comments are already talking about technical ways around this. I'm a bit techie but still am not particularly comfortable with all this clever interweb stuff. Technology has a way moving ahead of the laws to govern it. Is there a comprehensive and user-friendly system that we could all use to pull the rug out from under this burgeoning police state?

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