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patriot act- UK version
Fox news staunchly against it.



theprof00 said:
patriot act- UK version
Fox news staunchly against it.


Just as an fyi, Judge Andrew Napolitano is massively opposed to the Patriot Act. He was the one lone voice of reason on cable news, full stop, until they cancelled his show.



Double post.



The internet is about to enter dark days.....especially with the rumor of Media fire being shut down sometime soon and that new US law that will go in effect in the Summer that will cut down on downloading.



    

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Honestly, I like David Cameron less and less with each passing day. It's not enough to turn me towards Labour, but I am seriously considering "throwing my vote away" to UKIP in 2015. Hopefully enough Conservatives will feel the same way.

He'll probably back down from this, like he backs down from literally everything, but it can't hurt to encourage him to drop this idiocy: http://www.avaaz.org/en/stop_the_big_brother_law_a/?fpla



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Kantor said:
Honestly, I like David Cameron less and less with each passing day. It's not enough to turn me towards Labour, but I am seriously considering "throwing my vote away" to UKIP in 2015. Hopefully enough Conservatives will feel the same way.

He'll probably back down from this, like he backs down from literally everything, but it can't hurt to encourage him to drop this idiocy: http://www.avaaz.org/en/stop_the_big_brother_law_a/?fpla

I was thinking the exact same thing earlier today.

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There's a movement on Facebook to cc Theresa May into all of your emails as a form of ironic protest. I don't usually get into these things, but I'm tempted to do this.



SamuelRSmith said:
theprof00 said:
patriot act- UK version
Fox news staunchly against it.


Just as an fyi, Judge Andrew Napolitano is massively opposed to the Patriot Act. He was the one lone voice of reason on cable news, full stop, until they cancelled his show.

 

Case in point.



theprof00 said:
SamuelRSmith said:
theprof00 said:
patriot act- UK version
Fox news staunchly against it.


Just as an fyi, Judge Andrew Napolitano is massively opposed to the Patriot Act. He was the one lone voice of reason on cable news, full stop, until they cancelled his show.

 

Case in point.

Yeah, I was just saying the guys in this interview are not the hypocrites.



Wish I'd voted Labour now (voted Conservative). It'd be the same wasteful spending but £6k tuition fees instead of £9k, slower privatisation of education and health, and at least they U-turn on stupidity like this when pressured.

They basically already had these powers so I don't expect much effect but really they shouldn't have any right to it except by getting a property search warrant. Everyone with something to hide is using encrypted communications anyway so this won't affect them - maybe it'll increase successful prosecutions by somewhere in the single-digit range?