The threat to online privacy

Kevin Lancaster

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The threat to online privacy

In a news cycle still fixated on the US election result, on November 15 members of the UK’s upper house of parliament gave final approval to the country’s most invasive surveillance legislation to date.
 

Toxic T

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Too long to read. But wouldn't work in SA. Numba Wan would not approve because it go against constitution right to privacy. :)
 

FaSMaN

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Too long to read. But wouldn't work in SA. Numba Wan would not approve because it go against constitution right to privacy. :)
Already happening in SA, ISPs keep logs of what sites you visit... you can thank Rica for that.
 

TEXTILE GUY

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Eish ..... long day, I read that as threat to online piracy ....

.... privacy .... ok, moving on.
 

Toxic T

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Eish ..... long day, I read that as threat to online piracy ....

.... privacy .... ok, moving on.
:crylaugh: So did I. Then I commented, then I read it again, decided could impact piracy as well, commented again. :D
 
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