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____/ Homer on Friday 30 Oct 2009 21:16 : \____
> Verily I say unto thee, that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
>> Schoolboy's bedroom raided after TV aerial interferes with air
>> traffic control
> Police State?
> Oh come on Roy, seriously, just because this kid's booster was faulty,
> and Ofcom asked if he'd mind not causing a plane crash, that does not
> make Britain a Police State ;)
> BT spying on its customers, to covertly sell their private data to an
> organised crime gang, in a foreign country, who run a Spyware racket,
> with the government's foreknowledge and full endorsement, and the police
> point-blank refusing to even investigate complaints about this criminal
> act (RIPA, Data Protection, Statutory Instruments 2000 No. 417 and 2003
> No. 2426, etc.), then the British government snubbing the European
> Commission's demands for an explanation and investigation ... is what
> makes Britain a Police State.
> But Ofcom trying to prevent a plane crash ... no.
It was actually the stories beneath the first ones I was referring to with "Police State".
~~ Best of wishes
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