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Offline ratty redemption

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he he agreed, it also raises the question, who are the real terrorists in our day to day lives?

obviously a fanatical militant extremist with a bomb strapped to his or her body is a terrorist, but i would also say people who undermine our resources and infrastructures are that we depend upon to work, socialize and entertain ourselves with are equally as bad, they just are a lot more insidious, and more often than not purport to be our protectors.

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Google and Facebook can be legally intercepted, says UK spy boss [BBC]
Generally speaking this is one of the ways ALL Nations get around Law prohibiting domestic spying, they get allies to do it then exchange the data (or grant each other equal access through 'data' treaties).