Dilbert on surveillance

Written By: - Date published: 1:10 pm, August 14th, 2013 - 3 comments
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3 comments on “Dilbert on surveillance”

  1. fender 1

    Well that’s the dilemma see, because after Nov. 2014 the sides may change. Will the Nats then suddenly get upset about privacy issues I wonder.

    • Jenny 1.1

      I don’t think you understand the term “permanent government”. Those organisations of the state, independent of elected politicians that have their own agenda and don’t change with a change of government.

  2. Sable 2

    That’s it really isn’t it. People’s photos of births, kids, medical problems, X-rays etc., all snooped on by prying government eyes. No right to privacy=no human dignity.

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