The use of social networking to mobilize the London riots has showed us that mobile service providers will always hand over private information to the authorities. What does this mean for the average private conversation?

Caroline Ku
  • 15 august 2011

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This article titled “Social networking surveillance: trust no one” was written by Dan Gillmor, for on Friday 12th August 2011 13.41 UTC

Law enforcers in the United Kingdom and elsewhere are coming to grips with a hard reality: modern communications technologies give activists of all kinds an easier way to organise and deploy.

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