posted on Jul, 12 2005 @ 07:00 AM
Well, I can certainly respect that, infinite.
If you like your email being looked at, your telephone conversations and textmessages known and recorded, like being on camara virtually everywhere
you go, and enjoy having your license plates tagged, etc., then more power to the people, errrr, the government.
The next question is what is next for your Brits when further
anti-privacy laws are enacted or implemented? Sooner or later, some in the UK
will began to call out "police state." Will their accusations likewise be dismissed as easily as you have done so now? But again, if your used to
such, then so be it. I will respect that, though I do not agree with such a matter. Then again, I do not live in the UK, either, so I do not have to
worry myself with such anti-privacy restrictions. And to think the Patriot Acts were to be the end all of individual privacy rights....
[edit on 12-7-2005 by Seekerof]