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Susie Sahim
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aka BogusRed - Web Designer for Google, Animator, Illustrator, OC Remixer
aka BogusRed - Web Designer for Google, Animator, Illustrator, OC Remixer

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Yum. Looking forward to my breakfast for dinner.

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So I almost never use this account anymore. I think I'm going to start using my other google plus more often. So if you want more updates from me, follow me there: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101008014148893901857/posts

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Dirty dozen. Twelve foods you should always buy organic.

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This is quite frightening. Any power you grant the government cannot so easily be taken away. It will be there for this government and the next and the next. Only a matter of time before this data is abused. 
UK intends to intercept and store all web and email traffic with new law!
 British providers have always had the obligation to monitor traffic but the new regulations will require them to store visited websites, voice over IP conversatiions ánd email headers in black boxes. 

When the traffic is encrypted it´s their task to route it through a goverment supplied black box . This to give the police a chance to spy on citizens as currently when an individual uses a webmail service such as Gmail, for example, the entire webpage is encrypted before it is sent. This makes it impossible for ISPs to distinguish the content of the message. Under the Home Office proposals, once the Gmail is sent, the ISPs would have to route the data via a government-approved "black box" which will decrypt the message, separate the content from the "header data", and pass the latter back to the ISP for storage.

This means there will be so called deep packet inspection (DPI) on internet traffic in the UK if this law is to pass. This should cause a collision with the European Committee who is against this so called DPI and wants to protect the privacy of European citizens. 

What´s happening in the UK: will if follow the US in its disregard for privacy?

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Very excited. I'm about to buy me one of these babies. It has wacom built in so I can draw on it and have pressure sensitivity! Samsung Series 7 Slate - An Artist's View (Quick Look)
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