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6 March 2007  |     mail this article   |     print   |  
The growing fear of government for the citizen
A random collection of news articles
By Daan de Wit
The fear of Western governments for its citizes is growing and will keep on growing until it grows out of control. Read about it in this random collection of articles, too many to post seperately without turing DeepJournal into a website specialized in citizens rights. These rights are part of a larger spectrum DeepJournal will keep on reporting about.

* Your right to know - and how the State is trying to stop you
* Privacy Board OKs Eavesdropping Programs
* New Police Terror Posters Encourage Stasi UK

* The Pentagon Wants TiVo (to Watch You)
* New Profiling Program Raises Privacy Concerns
* Dutch initiative: snoop on your fellow citizens: BurgerNet
* Scientists try to predict intentions
* MI5 trains supermarket checkout staff

* Group alleges FBI abused wiretaps to spy on government officials
* Ministers clash over Labour's 'sinister' plans to fingerprint children


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Why is Syria under attack? - Part 2
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28 August 2012
Daan de Wit (DeepJournal) interviewt Webster Tarpley op het Magneetfestival
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