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Where have you been
I've been up to London to see the Queen
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What did you do there
I planted a bomb under her chair
It caused some ructions when she repeated it at school, but it was a rather poor and puerile act by myself especially from someone who even then was developing pacifist beliefs and would be appalled by any act of violence.
Still if I had the Social Media and the proposed Snoopers Charter had been around then I may have been placed on some list as a suspected terrorist.
The plans first brought forward by Labour in 2003 and revised by the Tories but blocked by LibDem leader Nick Clegg , are now set to be revised after the atrocity at Woolwich could see the Conservatives and Labour Party working together on the Bill to defeat any Liberal Democrat veto .
My Opposition plans for a communications bill that would give police and security services access to records of individuals' Internet use. are.
I'm not convinced that it would have prevented the Woolwich attack . The accused were already known to the security agencies and it there have been accusations that at least one of the accused was targeted as a MI5 spy. and who was already clearly in their radar after appearing in a Kenyan cout after being arrested on the Somali border We need to know the full extent of the security sources .
Could it be thta they viewd him as a potential informan?
It is clear that the idea of the Communication and Data Bill is much wider than watching suspect Terrorist and will cover everyone on the web. It could be that it will gradually be extended and profiles built up of everyone who is deemed opposed to the establishment . This would include, Socialist, Nationalists. Greens, Republicans (which all would cover me) etc.
People who may be opposed to what the Majority in the Westminster Parliament think and may use strong language but would never consider committing an act of violence against another Individual or the State apparatus.
Security surveillance could well be so wide spread that they miss the real terrorist as they investigate the comments of people who may not share mainstream opinion but have no intention of supporting let alone committing acts of terrorism.
It means that some will be condemned of Thought Crime and comments they made on some website twisted against them.
The government will claim that "the innocent have nothing to fear." But the innocent always have something to fear especially from those who tell them they have nothing to fear"