Its a cry for sympathy on their part, they so desperately want Teresa
May's snoopers charter to be made law they will twist and mangle the
truth to gain maximum advantage in the face of numerous questions raised
about the affect it could have on the delicate balance between privacy
and surveillance by the state.
All part of the game of cat and mouse of course.
On 04/06/2015 23:57, Douglas Rankine wrote:
They haven’t got the money or resources to cope with all this hacking
of UK businesses, apparently. Maybe they should change priorities
and instead of spending most of their resources in mass surveillance,
co-operating and exchanging irrelevant information and data with 5
eyes and invading citizens privacy, they should be concentrating on
catching terrorists, criminal hackers, government fraudsters and such
Oh...for an ideal world... J.