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Get rid of covert surveillance on innocent citizens; Repeal Regulatory Investigatory powers act

1 Comment 15th July 2010

This act allows for secret intrusion into the lives of individuals without them being aware.  It is a violation of fundamental privacy, often  without due cause.  At the very least everybody who has been made subject to covert surveillance without any evidence been found upon them should be advised of this having taken place and advised of who sanctioned such a procedure and why.

Why does this matter?

Because people can and should be trusted.    If we undermine freedom, we undermine peoples ability to take responsibility for themselves.

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One Response to Get rid of covert surveillance on innocent citizens; Repeal Regulatory Investigatory powers act

  1. Suchi says:

    I agree 100%. I have been under surveillance for 3 years and the only place I can go to complain is the IPT, which so far has not found in favour of the complainant.

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