If you live in Great Britain, your government is spying on you. Not only can the police and GCHQ see everything you do online, but so can the Department of Health, the Food Standards Agency, and even the Scottish Ambulance Service Board. Why do the employees of those agencies need to spy on your online habits? And how secure are they? Do the employees of those agencies surreptitiously give information to their friends and relatives?
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security