Are Police Now Behaving Like Intelligence Agencies?

By RT

The overreaching surveillance state in the U.S. certainly takes most of the headlines, but the UK is every bit on par if not worse.  A recent report, responded to below by Steve Jolly of NOCCTV, indicates that there have been 700,000 police requests to access private communications in the UK over a two-year period – which amounts to a request every 2 minutes.  And these requests are almost never denied; in fact, they have a 96% approval rate. This surely can’t purely be to “thwart terrorism.”

Visit http://www.no-cctv.org.uk/

Related: 
1984 Action Day, 8th June – Orwell’s warnings as relevant as ever


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