More privacy issues in London

No sooner did I post something on privacy issues in London that another article came out about additional camera concerns. Amazing what's happening in London - people are apparently quite upset about it but the public seems powerless to stop it. Scary.

"Big Brother" plans to automatically hand the police details of the daily journeys of millions of motorists tracked by road pricing cameras across the country were inadvertently disclosed by the Home Office last night.

Shami Chakrabarti, the director of Liberty, said: "It is one thing to ask the public for special measures to fight the grave threat of terrorism, but when that becomes a Trojan horse for mass snooping for more petty matters it only leads to a loss of trust in government."


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