posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 10:03 AM
MINISTERS were today warned by their own anti-terrorism watchdog that plans to log every phone call, email and internet visit in the UK could turn
into an "awful" Big Brother nightmare.
Evening Standard, London - "Lord Carlile of Berriew, the independent reviewer of anti-terrorist laws, said he was concerned by suggestions that such
a large volume of private information could be stored on one vast new database.
He said there would be the risk of the data being used for unjustified "fishing expeditions" into the private lives of targeted individuals. He also
expressed concern over Whitehall's recent "unhappy record" of losing supposedly secure data."
Every phone call, email and internet visit? And it's accepted by the British public? WTF? (I've never used that before) Boondoggle if ever there
was one. I have also been interested in the missing Bristish data (ATS thread conspiracy of missing British Data) and it is interesting it is
mentioned outright. Thought?