By Darryl Mason
Straight out of an ultra-paranoid 1970s Philip K Dick novel, but now very, very real :
“In an Electronic Police State, every surveillance camera recording, every e-mail you send, every Internet site you surf, every post you make, every check you write, every credit card swipe, every cell phone ping… are all criminal evidence, and they are held in searchable databases, for a long, long time,” the report states.“Whoever holds this evidence can make you look very, very bad whenever they care enough to do so. You can be prosecuted whenever they feel like it – the evidence is already in their database.”
Here's the Top Ten Worst Electronic Police States :
2. North Korea
5. United Kingdom: England & Wales
6. United States of America
There seems to be an awful lot of democracies in that Top Ten, doesn't there?
China and North Korea have spent billions buying electronic police state equipment and supplies from Western digital security corporations, who were allowed to trial the surveillance systems now being used in China and North Korea on the supposedly free people of Australia, the US and the UK first.