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Old 08-04-2008, 07:42 AM   #31
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I think that you have to differentiate. Surveillance is quite accepted in the UK - just think about all the cameras! Thus I don't think that they would consider IP tracking as a bad thing.
While each little step seems logical (who doesn't want to stop criminals?), the result is big brother...
I find it amazing that a democratic government can actually think about tracking IP's on a regular basis without proof and honestly do not understand my english neighbors
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