Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Sticker hate.

Alan Johnson announces that the DNA of young offenders, involved but not charged with violent offences are to be retained for 6 years on the precautionary principle; councils are recruiting Stasi-style “neighbourhood champions” or 'snoopers' to report on their neighbours' misdemeanours or thought crimes; hundreds of organisations are able to enter your home and everywhere you are being watched.

Feeling paranoid? Apart from campaigning for NO2ID you could vent your anger by placing a sticker on some intrusive sign or camera.Big Brother Watch, an offshoot of the Taxpayers' Alliance, has some stickers that you can obtain for free. Not exactly NO2ID's remit but it might make you feel better.

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