TOT: Snooper's Charter

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Java Jive, Oct 9, 2015.

  1. Java Jive

    Graeme Wall Guest

    How many of them have full uncrypted databases loaded?
     
    Graeme Wall, Oct 11, 2015
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  2. I awaited and got the denial of the facts (again). You need to better
    comprehend the written word Rod. Here's a clip[ of the article in The
    Telegraph -"Companies are reported to be increasingly using number
    plate-reading cameras mounted high in the air"
     
    brightside S9, Oct 11, 2015
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    Roland Perry Guest

    Not many, but some will have unprotected access to cloud accounts.
     
    Roland Perry, Oct 11, 2015
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  4. After his latest reply and pseudo lawyer crap he's in mine.
     
    brightside S9, Oct 11, 2015
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    Graeme Wall Guest

    And how many uncrypted databases are there in the cloud?
     
    Graeme Wall, Oct 11, 2015
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    Roland Perry Guest

    More than would qualify as "rare and newsworthy".
     
    Roland Perry, Oct 11, 2015
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    Rod Speed Guest

    You're lying thru your teeth, again.
    You can't even comprehend what was actually being discussed, gutless.
    Nothing to do with what was clearly being discussed, ACCESS TO GOVT HELD
    DATA.
     
    Rod Speed, Oct 11, 2015
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    Sam Thatch Guest

    You're lying thru your teeth, again.
    You can't even comprehend what was actually being discussed, gutless.
    Nothing to do with what was clearly being discussed, ACCESS TO GOVT HELD
    DATA.
     
    Sam Thatch, Oct 11, 2015
    #68
  9. Bank details? Postal address and the dates and times when you'll be
    out, or on holiday?

    And if you really think you have nothing to hide, who do you think you
    don't need to hide it from? Someone else's malevolent intentions don't
    need to make any sense to you. It's not only the thieves you have to
    watch (and though they're in the wrong, at least you can understand
    why they do what they do). There are plenty of people who like to
    create mischief purely for the sake of it.
    Of course it does. However securely you keep whatever information you
    have in *your* posssession, as soon as any of it is in anybody else's
    possession, it's only as secure as *they* can make it. Take something
    out of a safe and give it to somebody else who leaves it on the back
    seat of a car, and you might as well not have bothered.

    Rod.
     
    Roderick Stewart, Oct 11, 2015
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    tim..... Guest

    Oh you think the terrorists publish a list do you

    get real!


    tim
     
    tim....., Oct 11, 2015
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    Tim Streater Guest

    And that applies to everyone, does it?
     
    Tim Streater, Oct 11, 2015
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    Rod Speed Guest

    They don’t need to, google has the list.
     
    Rod Speed, Oct 11, 2015
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    Hanny Z Guest

    It does apply to almost everyone with the NEW
    snooping that is being proposed to be allowed.
     
    Hanny Z, Oct 11, 2015
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    Tim Streater Guest

    No, dope, I mean that you have nothing to hide so that makes having
    this apply to everyone else is OK is it?
     
    Tim Streater, Oct 11, 2015
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    Graeme Wall Guest

    That's not a number.
     
    Graeme Wall, Oct 11, 2015
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    Graeme Wall Guest

    So it didn't occur to you, thought not.
     
    Graeme Wall, Oct 11, 2015
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    Roland Perry Guest

    Not a small number, certainly.
     
    Roland Perry, Oct 12, 2015
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    Graeme Wall Guest

    So you don't know.

    That is the problem with all the complaints about "what the guvmint will
    do wiv our data", it's all supposition, fantasy and conspiracy theory;
    no hard facts.
     
    Graeme Wall, Oct 12, 2015
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    Roland Perry Guest

    I don't have a way to count them. And to produce a meaningful number
    would require a better definition of 'database'.

    The NHS reported just over 500 data breaches to the ICO last year, of
    which twenty were "serious". Many of the breaches were of significantly
    less information than "a whole database", but on the other hand I don't
    see much evidence that the breaches included many by outsiders on
    fishing expeditions, rather than stuff being published/mis-sent/mislaid
    by the data controllers themselves.
     
    Roland Perry, Oct 12, 2015
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    tim..... Guest

    It didn't occur to me because there is no definitive list,

    so it was irrelevant

    tim
     
    tim....., Oct 12, 2015
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