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EU Commission secret deal undermines EU privacy laws

A leaked copy of the latest draft of a proposed “Agreement between the United States of America and the European Union on the use transfer of Passenger Name Record [PNR] data to the United States Department of Homeland Security” has … Continue reading

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The EUSSR Commission at work

European Commission: Proposal for a Directive on the use of Passenger Name Record data for the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of terrorist offences and serious crime (pdf), Impact Assessment (SEC 132, pdf) and Staff Working Paper (SEC 133, pdf). … Continue reading

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ID Cards may be dead, but the quest for your identity goes on

ID Cards were always an expendable experiment, they were only the front end, the big of plastic. The read danger was always the databases that lay behind them, gathering every bit of information about you. Just because the ID Card … Continue reading

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Practical ways to combat the database state

As each day passes, a new rule, a new policy, a new law encroaches further into our private lives, private property and private spaces. The creeping communism that has become the norm of our Fabian inspired governments (yes all of … Continue reading

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Google Wireless Transcoder

Now we all know about the governmental ‘horror’ at Google StreetView and their transgression in obtaining ‘by mistake’ wireless router information. Has anyone else had an entry on their blog or router stats like this? Who’s watching who?  19 … Continue reading

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