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Email and web use 'to be monitored' under new laws

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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 12:41 PM

Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
USE HTTPS for email and tor for browsing, make it hard for them.

Just to add

1.Create lots of fake emails everyday, make it a habit/challenge to makeup new names.
2.Post whatever you want, terror plan or whatever
3.Subscribe to spam and porn websites, subscribe everywhere
4.Subscribe to yahoo/google/whatever groups, let the mails keep coming
5.Use new email
6.Repeat step 1

The importance is the idea and the message, not the emails, let them eat spam!

On browsing....
Go wi-fi spots, open games website, porn websites, ehem websites, news websites etc
For each ehem website click, you must click 1 other category website - news/games/watever
You are in "casual browsing user" category who happen to stumble ehem websites

For the paranoid...
Wi-fi + LiveCD + Snail mail
and oh yeah, know those dating websites that have webcam access ? yeahh, good private porn there, except your webcam, its about money laundering deals ...

When technology meet caveman, technology fail. Technology cannot outwit human creative.
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:16 PM
reply to post by AR154

They'll just keep on trying until they bore their MPs into submission. Look at the NHS reforms, Welfare Reform Bill which is tantamount to the deliberate starvation and isolation of many disabled people in Britain which took EIGHTEEN attempts in all despite MASSIVE protest, Murdoch and his gang tried to pressgang their monopoly through with government support. Meals for deals was pasted over with the petrol pump delivery strike threat. We're like puppets! There are sooooo many more that go completely unheard of by the general public. Since when did you think you lived in a democracy? MOCK is the only true bit!

Incidentally, it has been possible to track mobile phones since at least 1998 when the Omagh bombings occurred, probably way before that, back in 1990 and analogue phones were constantly tapped before that. Someone very high up I once knew as a friend told me that anything I thought might be possible had probably already happened and he was right.

As far as a revolution goes, British people just don't move until they're already in the slaughterhouse. It's a shame but a fact. I personally would love to see Cameron and his liar cronies out. He is the most arrogant, brazen face of Tories I've ever seen, even worse than Tatcher! the most celebrated lunatic in history.

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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 01:22 PM
Wow lucky you. We already have this in the US. Say hey to the NSA.

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:04 PM
reply to post by lonegurkha

That's the way it usually goes! Any tips from what you're doing over there?? lol!

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:11 PM
reply to post by Alien44

I just ignore it. They can kiss my hinder parts.

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:29 PM
There still seems to be a ridiculous amount of people on here still being sucked in by the whole conservative-V-labour, right-V-left bullpoop, Every government in my memory (I'm in my mid 40's) has eroded our civil rights more and more. People have very short memories it seems. All we hear are cries of "bring in Labour/Conservative/Libdems, they'll make everything better"...........somehow it never seems to work that way

The whole damned system needs a reboot and I don't mean communism 'cos that's been proven not to work either

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:36 PM
We need to be heard and if its not marching then we should strike for one week.... see what happens then.... everyone buy what you need for one week or two... store it up then just dont go to work.... this will definately get us heard!!!

They will wonder what the funk just hit them.

Seriously this is the ONLY way to get our point across and we should do it until they do something about this Society we live in which is getting worse by the day....

This wont exactly be holding a bank up but i can assure you that this will make everyone of them panic!!

I should also have added to think about all the threatening letters you've had i the past:

Unpaid Gas Bill= If you dont pay it we turn off your gas supply and take you to court (Red letter day)

Unpaid Electricity Bill= If you dont pay it we turn off your Electricity supply and take you to court (Red letter day)

Unpaid Water Bill = If you dont pay it we turn off your Water supply and take you to court (Red letter day)

Unpaid Housing Costs or Loan Payments = If you dont pay it we take you to court (Red letter day) and evict you.

There are plenty more ways that we are threatened with court action and/or eviction/jail time....

Those mentioned above are if you miss a payment one month, you get the threatening red letter through your box!!

We are always being held to ransom.... its time to turn the tables!!

Spread the word and lets choose a date.
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:45 PM

Originally posted by detachedindividual

Originally posted by Silcone Synapse

Originally posted by domasio
Hmmm, this is starting to look a bit like V for Vendetta.

I'm all for heading down to London for some protesting, this Government makes me sick, just as much as Maggie Thatcher!

And when did protesting in london ever change the governments mind about anything?
I shall protest by getting a secure VPN.

Poll Tax.

Second line.

Those riots didn't do a thing, the liebor lot just changed it to Council Tax and made it monthly payments instead of yearly. So you actually have to pay more in the long run than a single hit each year!

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 02:52 PM
the trick with any sort of automated system is to find a way to confuse it, think of cockney rhyming slang etc as an example so they have to keep updating the system to learn the new phrases but when 'buying mum a new dress' means the same as "gonna drop a bomb on the president' then theres going to be alot of people who like clothes shopping being arrested which them makes the system useless but given its british we already trip every TSA/NSA senser when we go abroad due to using wanting to destroy/tear the place up etc meaning we just fancy going out for a few beers and having a good time but to the spooks we're 99% of the way to being a terrorist

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:05 PM

Originally posted by WatchRider

Those riots didn't do a thing, the liebor lot just changed it to Council Tax and made it monthly payments instead of yearly. So you actually have to pay more in the long run than a single hit each year!

Actually that's not true, the poll tax was a tax on each and every adult having the audacity to be living in the UK, so even if you were homeless and living under a bridge, you were STILL liable to pay it. It has been tried twice in British history and been defeated both times.

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:06 PM
If they are going to monitor everyones email, browsing and phones it's going to take an army of government employees to carry it out. And who is going to monitor the government employees.

Another thing, What if you share a router with other people in the same location. How would they know who was browsing what ?

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:07 PM

Originally posted by detachedindividual

Originally posted by moosevernel
I was just about to post this myself

this is absolutely outrageous and we need to do everything in out power to fight this bill.

If the people let this pass then i would say we are truly doomes and most of the people in this country are asleep or couldnt care less.

They will say you should not worry if you have nothing to hide... well its not about hiding things its about personal privacy and freedoms which are swiftly being eroded by th fecking elites around the world.


There are now people on the BBC site supporting a peaceful revolution in the UK. There are people stating that we have the right to forcibly remove a dictatorial government, and I truly believe for the first time we could actually see that happen.

With our government proven to be corrupt, working for their corporate friends, with their creation of the fuel panic to cover up their mess, and now this too... I don't foresee our government lasting beyond the summer.

If they refuse to leave through peaceful protest of the people, I do believe we'll see them dragged from their seats in parliament by the angry masses.

There is only so much the people of the UK will take.

At one point i would have found this laughable but now im starting to come around to it. i think its on the cards. Our form of government doesnt work in my opinion and needs a huge shake up. I think the office of government should be a calling not a money paying job. it should go to people who want to change things for the better not politicians wanting to live in luxury. Above all else they should answer to or at least be overseen by at least two independent groups. this would ensure they have to stick to any promises they pake pre election, if the dont they should be dragged before these groups to give good reasons (with proof supplied). If its deemed that its for t hier own gains or they lied the party has to choose a new cabinet or face legal charges or a general election.

For my our government reminds me of the saying "its like asking the foxes to guard the chickens"
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:13 PM
reply to post by fakedirt

This is a right liberty cctv cameras everywhere registration plate readers in service stations
You can't go about your own business without being tracked

it seems they are intent at locking down every avenue in our lives. i can see this coming back to haunt the establishment, however i do not think we are at the point of no return as of yet.

It will when they want re-electing two and a half years or so


posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:18 PM
reply to post by cranspace

So who are you going to vote for ? conservatives are being blamed for this web and email monitoring and the camera proliferation happened under labour, it makes NO difference who is nominally in power.... Same crap just different names and faces

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:44 PM

Originally posted by AR154

Email and web use 'to be monitored' under new laws

The government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, texts and website visits of everyone in the UK under new legislation set to be announced soon.

Internet firms will be required to give intelligence agency GCHQ access to communications on demand, in real time.

The Home Office says the move is key to tackling crime and terrorism, but civil liberties groups have criticised it.
(visit the link for the full news article)

"But civil liberties groups have criticized it?"....Well duh

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:49 PM
reply to post by Silcone Synapse

Well something DID happen in 1640 - I faintly recall...

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by AnonymousFem

i understand the potential here for riots.

expect citizens who live around the olympic sites and in the vicinity to be treated like scum by the local as well as draughted in constabularies. i've got a feeling when the games kick off something else will and i can't shake it.

seems the seed for the perfect summer was planted all those years ago.

i was saddened by the riots last year. so many peoples lives ruined. if the animal instincts do appear i hope innocent parties are by-passed. but somehow i can't see ethical rioting catching on.


posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 04:10 PM
reply to post by AR154

I have always assumed they watch our every step, no matter where or what we are doing. Even in our homes they could watch, thanks to current technologies. Anyone with a webcam is crazy if they leave it plugged in all the time. They are watching, and listening so shhhhhhhhh...

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 04:14 PM
reply to post by AR154

Always in the name of terrorism. When I had my doubts about the conspiracy theories regarding incidents like the London subway bombings or 9/11 I only had to observe the governments actions. Stripping us of freedoms and liberties in the name of fighting terrorism. That's when I knew the conspiracies were real. All they had to do was blow something up and we'd beg them to take our liberties.. and it will continue, year after year our governments will become more and more powerful against us.

For our own protection of course.

posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 04:22 PM
reply to post by yellowbeard

Those who believe that one lot are better than the other on here are few and far between! I'm 55 and would have to look back way before the second world war before I was born to think of one politician who did his/her job because they truly loved and believed in it! It isn't even this Con government who are doing this, its bigger! So vote for no-one, anarchy or put yourselves forward; most couldn't anyway because of the outlay of money and the support needed!!!

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