PRINCE Harry could be fitted with a surveillance microchip during his year in Australia.
Australian and British intelligence services are reportedly liaising over using the technology to protect the prince as part of a security operation
estimated to cost British taxpayers $25,000 a week.
ASIO operatives have apparently warned the British spy agency MI6 that an al-Qaida attack on Prince Harry cannot be ruled out.
Alot like that show,, Big Brother. Make being watched, lorded over and probed 24/7 look like such fun and glammor. takes the edge off it, makes people
think things like "privacy" and the desire not to be monitored or observed in ones daily activities seem like silly abberations of the paranoid.
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