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Theresa May is #NotOnMySide.
She voted Remain & sabotaged #Brexit from Day One to keep us as EU slaves.
She is a Mass Murdering War Criminal who commits Genocide in Yemen.
She committed Treason by arming & funding al-Qaeda & ISIS.
She works for the bankers.
She is my ENEMY.
Theresa May is #NotOnMySide
She is conducting a Propaganda War against the British people, using sock puppet mainstream media hacks; to tell lies, push for more war & destroy democracy…

She is my enemy. She is your enemy too
Theresa May saying "I'm on your side" is like Big Brother saying "I'm on your side".

She is building an Orwellian Nightmare Fascist State, with Mass Surveillance, #Censorship & Perpetual War; to control the people & keep them in poverty.

She is #NotOnMySide.
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Australia rushed through an anti-#crypto bill last week. @HRW just released a game that shows what might happen if authorities use the law to gut key security features in the phones & apps we use every day:… #EverydayEncryption #AAbill
Do you shop online or message with friends on WhatsApp or iMessage? Ever shared an intimate photo with your partner? Organized a protest? #Encryption protects that data from malicious hackers & govt snoops #EverydayEncryption
Choose your own adventure: See if you can safely guide a character Fei as she makes choices about her data, and find out how #EverydayEncryption might protect you:…
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Morning all. Court starts at 10 this morning with some housekeeping. Check back in around 10:30 for an update.
Housekeeping over. Government forced to “unreservedly apologise” for blowing court deadlines before hearing. Court currently considering sanctioning Government.
We’re back: Court orders Government to pay @libertyhq’s costs as consequence of blowing pre-hearing deadlines. The theme of Govt thinking rules don’t apply to them, and the Court needing to remind that they do, guaranteed to resurface later today.
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BREAKING: Court of Appeal rules that UK surveillance regime violates privacy rights.…
Court rules that the laws wrongfully "permitted access to retained data, where the objective pursued by that access was not restricted solely to fighting serious crime, or where access was not subject to prior review by a court or an independent administrative authority.”
Holds for another day whether the regime is "general and indiscriminate," whether the national security rationale is too broad, and whether people are entitled to notice when their data is retained or accessed.
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