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Avian privacy group slams RSPB ‘mass surveillance’

everything they do is known to the authoritiesAvian rights activists are demanding answers from the government today after the Guardian published tweets from an insider at the RSPB, indicating the shocking extent of directed surveillance against birds. Not content with using undercover agents known as ‘twitchers’, the shadowy protection agency may be involving members of the public, including some who are underage, poorly trained and below minimum wage.

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Posted: Jan 25th, 2015
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MI5 to outsource surveillance to Google

MI6 getting in on it as well, but that's a secret‘Opportunity to opt out on page 123 of privacy policy terms and conditions.’

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Posted: Jul 11th, 2014
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Google search for ‘reasons to put something back into society’ returns no results

search for alternative names for Google brought up Swindle, Diddle, Fiddle and Gullible, but only on Yahoo!‘A simple inquiry ‘How can multinational corporations contribute to society?’ turned up no results, while an open query about the redistribution of wealth through taxation only brought up adverts for some banks in the Cayman Islands.’

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Posted: May 21st, 2013
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Vatican defies critics over new ‘simplified’ privacy policy

Pope confessed to everythingThe Roman Catholic Church has been defending its new privacy policy, following concerns that the latest changes may allow the Church to sell confessional data onto third party organisations.

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Posted: Mar 1st, 2012
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Google moves into analogue market with launch of Google ‘Pen’

Google penInternet giant Google has begun a foray into the parts of the world as yet unavailable to them with the launch of a pen which records your handwriting and sends the information you provide back to the Googleplex in California.

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Posted: Jan 29th, 2012
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