Cumbria crime commissioner against plans to let police snoop on emails
Last updated at 14:59, Wednesday, 12 December 2012
Cumbria's new police and crime commissioner is opposing Government plans to give police and intelligence services new powers to monitor email and internet use.
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Well done Richard Rhodes, this guy obviously has some idea I'm relieved to say, he deserves praise for speaking up.
Really RW? If it really is standard Police practice to invade peoples privacy, then they only have themselves to blame for the lack of respect from the public.
If the government did start full monitoring the public could just start using private encryption programs to retain their privacy. For every 'safe guard' the government try to impose there will be a 'white hat' hacker finding a work-around it is the nature of the internet.