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Life behind the WiFi Curtain
Posted: 5 July 2018

According to reliable sources, both the US's Dept of Homeland Affairs and the UK's GCHQ have also trialled hybrid versions of this technology and this is helping them to weed out 'free thinking' citizens within their public services. We understand that they are both now hoping to roll-out V2 versions of this specific software to cover other teargetted areas of national interest, including writers, academics and personnel at influential trade organisations.

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Social Access and Work
Posted: 5 October 2009

Not so far fetched! An EU Court judgement withing the last two years upbraided a university and the UK Employment Appeals Tribunal in the UK for viewing an employees email communications list.

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MindBullet logo IT'S ILLEGAL TO BAN SOCIAL NET ACCESS DURING 'WORK HOURS'
European Court of Human Rights ruling surprises business
Dateline: 29 February 2011
A pressure group on the Facebook social networking site has created legal history by changing workplace rights for everyone in the EU. In a bold reaction to many bosses charging that Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social networking sites were wasting employees' time and diverting attention from their paid roles, the pressure group PeopleForce charged that the term 'work hours' was no ...

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