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byron mc

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"From the start of October, the mobile phone companies will have to retain data about who you were calling, when you made the call and where you were when you made it."

let me have you read that AGAIN:

"From the start of October, the mobile phone companies will have to retain data about who you were calling, when you made the call and where you were when you made it."

this article from BBC is from the begining of December 2007.

"Everything from your national insurance number to your health record to the number of penalty points on your driving licence will be stored there, even information about when you buy a mobile phone."

That mobile phone is also storing a surprising amount of information about you.

From the start of October, the mobile phone companies will have to retain data about who you were calling, when you made the call and where you were when you made it.

And that information won't just be available to the police.

'No privacy'

According to Geraint Bevan of No2ID, 650 other organisations will be able to see it as well, from the Gaming Commission to local authorities.

"This data will be logged for a year," he said, "and every minor official could be able to have access to your phone records. There's no privacy anymore." "
'There is no longer any privacy'
 2 December 2007
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/scotland/7123887.stm


with the above and their The National Identity Register holding 50 pieces of data the UK seems like 1984 will be there first.

can you imagine if the USA Federal Government DHS 'required' telecoms to keep incoming call, outgoing call, and GPS or /cell tower triangulation data on us? This data would be available to all court trials as evidence.
Changing your cellphone # in the future to a new number will require your ID unless you get a nominee...

Nominees will be the next black market service for many things...
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