Saturday, 14 April 2012

America follows South Africa, in spying on citizens with new bill


In a bill reminiscent of RICA, which causes internet and telephone companies to record and keep all communications over them for access by the government, the American government has followed suite. Read more on CNET

Marc Aupiais07:25  -  Public
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Facebook has defended its support of this bill, its authors have tried to influence tech journalists on how to describe it to you, and its author has called for the execution of Bradley Manning (underscoring its intent toward sites that cooperate with Wikileaks).

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