Jul 062013
 
 July 6, 2013  Surveillance

John Naughton nails it:

Over the past two weeks, I have lost count of the number of officials and government ministers who, when challenged about internet surveillance by GCHQ and the NSA, try to reassure their citizens by saying that the spooks are “only” collecting metadata, not “content”. Only two conclusions are possible from this: either the relevant spokespersons are unbelievably dumb or they are displaying a breathtaking contempt for their citizenry.

Read more on The Guardian.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.