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 May 13, 2015  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Graham Cluley writes:

Ind.ie, a British technology firm which is attempting to build a peer-to-peer social network that respects its users’ privacy, says it is going to leave the UK.

The Brighton-based firm, which has raised over $100,000 via crowdfunding to build alternatives to what it calls the Spyware 2.0 approach of Facebook and Google, says it was left with no other choice following the election of the Conservative party to power last week.

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