February 27th, 2014

GCHQ is Watching You Watching Porn

The Guardian’s latest GCHQ leak reveals that our intelligence services have stockpiled a massive collection of people enjoying themselves on the internet. GCHQ’s ‘Optic Nerve’ surveillance programme intercepted webcam images of millions of users, a large number of which were at intimate moments.

It would seem that GCHQ has amassed a huge collection of cum face pics. Civil liberties campaign group Big Brother Watch has it about right:

“Secretly intercepting and taking photographs from millions of people’s webcam chats is as creepy as it gets. We have CCTV on our streets and now we have GCHQ in our homes.

It is right that the security services can target people and tap their communications but they should not be doing it to millions of people. This is an indiscriminate and intimate intrusion on people’s privacy.”

Don’t forget though, some of those masturbators may be terrorists…


190 Comments

  1. 1
    Freedom Fighter says:

    The trouble is most of the window lickers here think this is all a huge joke

    While their freedom is destroyed before their eyes…

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    • 10

      If one does not travel with one’s phone switched on, keeps all scripts and cookies under control, covers one’s cam lens when not in use, takes care in sending any emails containing personal data and use jpg to advise details where absolutely necessary, keep one’s MAC addresses buttoned down, keep good updated anti-virus/anti-root-kit/anti-spyware, clear one’s cache frequently, NOT use IE ever, all those sorts of things, then it makes it more difficult for them.

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        Cazual Observer 9 says:

        But doing too much of that helps you stand out as your browser config will deviate significantly from the majority.

        Post it note over the web cam and unplugging the microphone can help with discretion.

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      • 45
        Spartacus says:

        your phone still transmits your position when switched off. pull out the battery . . .

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        • 106

          Mine doesn’t. Half the time, it’s not charged up! ;-)

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        • 119
          Moazzam Begg says:

          I have two phones, just to keep GCHQ guessing.

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          Never believe anything you are told on-line - not even this says:

          Should be no need to take the battery out. Just put it in a booster bag (a mesh bag which acts as a Faraday Cage). But it may still exhaust itself looking for a signal to keep in touch with your mobile operator, those monitoring you via the the apps you have installed, plus Cupertino, Redmond, Seoul, Shanghai and who-ever else is monitoring your usage of the apps that do not pay protection money to their choice of copyright and patent trolls. You may therefore need a spare battery anyway if you cannot wait for it to recharge when you next want to use it. GCHQ and the NSA are the least of your worries when it comes to surveillance.

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      • 48
        Lord Stansted says:

        Why oh why do people use web-cams? Don’t they know what they look like?

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        • 71
          East India Company Wallah says:

          The biggest employer in Cheltenham is GCHQ
          They return an MP called Martin Horwood,a Lib Dem-natch
          they should be told to stick to government business,if it is not illegal,it is none of their business

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          • Handycock whipping it out says:

            Hope they haven’t been watching me! Boaz.

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          • Lick My Window says:

            Hey, loads of things aren’t the government’s business.

            Syria is none of their business. Corruption in local authorities is none of their business. Nor is postal vote rigging, the public’s attitude to the EU or wherabouts of a couple of million illegal immigrants in the UK.

            But the size of Guido’s todger most certainly is.

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          • broderick crawford says:

            OPTICIANS PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION SAYS

            Both male and female masturbation should immediately be made an indictable offence .

            We have an ” unseen ” blindness epidemic sweeping the nation …..

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      • 133
        broderick crawford says:

        bloody hell mate …. not worth the effort .. they can spy me cumming any time they want … no skin off my …. foreskin . !!

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      • 142
        Bob says:

        DO NOT use Microsoft or Apple products. Both are riddled with “back doors” and deliberate “bugs” that permit unfettered access to anyone – not just the spooks.

        You need to use Linux or BSD as your operating system, use Tor for secure browsing, and use PGP for your email. All the above really piss off the Police and the spooks because they can’t get in, and they then have to assume you’re up to no good.

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      • 173
        GCHQurious says:

        Do it doesn’t, phones, tablets, pcs etc can be interrogated from the other side of the world even when they aren’t switched on let alone connected to the internet.

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        • 174
          Jerry Jerk Off says:

          GOOD, love having somebody watching, much more exciting when I cum.

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        • 178
          Did you ever creep downstairs at 3am says:

          …and look at your broadband router (when all your devices are turned off and tucked in)?

          Busy flashing away, as it transmits goodness-knows-what to goodness-knows-whom.

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      Cazual Observer 9 says:

      This doesn’t destroy freedom – it is just a bit creepy.

      If it is actively blocked by the state without consent, or such material is used to create court cases in a ‘trawling’ fashion, then there is a real problem.

      On that last point: The concern should be as to what the GCHQ are doing with the inevitable child p’orn related material they will be capturing and archiving and what procedures they have in place to ensure that their staff are not using the monitoring systems inappropriately.

      Doesn’t look great for them, but provided there are checks and balances in place to deal with such matters that at least gives a little reassurance.

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      • 19
        Legal beagle says:

        There are no proper controls on NSA GCHQ

        that is the problem – Parliament has no idea of what has been going on

        The Intelligence Committe were never informed of half of this

        There has been a total breakdown in supervision

        And we do not know how this massive amount of information is being used

        There is also a clear breach of many privacy laws

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        • 49
          Cazual Observer 9 says:

          Provided NSA / GCHQ focus equally on Parliament there should be no problem.

          Government does not need or want to know most of what they get up to as if they did then Government becomes liable. Plausible deniability is the defence.

          H’arman vs. H’ewitt – ECHR 1986 – put controls on MI-5 and those controls led to the agency being accountable and controlled by government. (Intelligence Services Act) As a result, that agency is now unable to defend the realm adequately (see the B’ishopsgate B’ombing of the 90’s through to R’igby) and is used in orchestrated attacks against political opponents: J Smith / D’amian G’reen for example.

          Provided GCHQ are targeting the right people, remain independent, and their intelligence is used responsibly by government (not like the !raq distortions) this should be fine. Checks and balances within the organization are required.

          The exact reasoning here is twisted. I would suggest examining first whether full transparency in government is in itself a good development or not. That I would argue was not a good development.

          The biggest and most immediate breach of privacy laws at present is the NHS selling of patient data.

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          • Jack says:

            Keep dreaming chum

            MI5 and GCHC are doing what they want to

            Unattributable – ever heard of the word?

            They have means like never before

            And if you trust the government to “target the right people” you nust be amazingly naive after the Blair Brown years and multiple crimes

            And the Intelligence Committe oversight is a complete joke

            PS Does Murdoch already buy shit from GCHC like he does from Ministry of Defence?

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          • Cazual Observer 9 says:

            The subversive left and terrorists are the only ones who have something to worry about at present.

            They perhaps are starting to make noise about this as they realize their indiscrete activities of the past 40 years remain carefully documented and catalogued, and are very much ready for use.

            Why could H’arman have not just conceded ? ;-)

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      • 32

        How long is it likely to be before we find that they are fitting some people up, I wonder?

        Much easier to do than go after the real crims. Problem is that it can take decades for the truth then to tumble out.

        With the huge sweep of stuff going on, this is guaranteed to happen. The next step will be to harness the effort to go after people whose approach doesn’t suit the state. Fine in respect of would-be suicide bombers. Not for those say who protest the lack of democracy in the EU.

        The clear distinction between the above examples will become blurred, indeed my use of the future tense may itself be out of date here.

        For those who are tasked with finding something, this will be too much of a temptation. they will sweep the whole range of people into the same net. Box-tickers will become heroes as they bag the biggest trawl, never mind for what.

        Vote UKIP.

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        • 63
          Cazual Observer 9 says:

          Fitting up likely does go on. But most likely in cases where they have a bad guy but cannot get them for the actual deed, so fabrication of something else is needed.

          Before getting paranoid about that, just look at Plebgate. No intelligence services involved there, that’s just the police and their union. Would be good if the intelligence services could an eye on them.

          Data retention is a concern: How long to keep those images ? Political independence is also important. Avoiding the temptation to introduce performance targets / quotas will help nullify the coercive effect you mention for getting biggest trawl.

          What is more concerning are the EU agencies which are now getting involved.

          There one can see agencies in a separate member state perhaps using intelligence gathered from opponents of the EU say, and then being used to form a case with an EAW in order to remove that problem from their current location.

          Such a scenario is eminently credible in cases of industrial espionage, where perhaps the G’erman state helps a G’erman domiciled company by nobbling key personnel of a competitor UK firm.

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          • EAW – Environmental crime can mean whatever they want it to.

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          • Cazual Observer 9 says:

            Look at the A’ssange case: Non negotiable extradition can be filed when the extraditing state has not even brought charges against you.

            Read: Does not have enough evidence for local prosecutors to start a case.

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          • Jack says:

            You talk about the Germans wherev there is no evidence of industrial espionnage

            And fail to mention GCHQ NSA where there is proof

            G oebbels again?

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        • 163
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Crmm – i have been giving lots of you lots of clues – i have been fitted up and i was targetted for calling the Labour government ‘fucking communists’ – dyFTACor.

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        • 175
          GCHQurious says:

          They tried to fit that muslim up that they accidentally shot in Landsdown Road, Forest Gate, years ago but (unfortunately?) the jury would have had to believe that the accused also had those computer skills if he had got those dirty pictures onto his phone himself.

          Doh!

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      • 153
        bubble says:

        It doesn’t destroy freedom. What is destroying freedom is open door mass immigration. Because there are no control on the borders we end have having a police state within the borders instead.

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    • 87
      What is serious crime? says:

      Will only be used to investigate serious crime.

      But as DLT has found, a normal grope in the 70s is now considered serious crime by the CPS in the 2010s

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      • 95
        was it something I said? says:

        And, as the BBC is slowly discovering, the PIE was hiding in full view in the 1970s and 1980s.

        They were on the cusp of being accepted as we are now expected to accept homosexualists and gay marriage.

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        • 100
          The Elephant in the PIE says:

          Most of them were homosexuals anyway.

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        • 121
          Bulls**t Baffles Brains says:

          Sometime in the mid 80s some seedy fool from ‘The Pedophile Society’ actually appeared on BBC news, explaining why he thought the age of consent should be lowered to 12. Wonder who at the beeb arranged that.

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      • 98
        Judy in the Borough Council Back office says:

        Excellent we will be asking GCHQ for everything they have on Mr Mrs Jones, 12 Acacia Avenue.

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    • 154
      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      No we don’t. However. … Think of all those pervert Politicos in Westminster.

      Then think of all the Pedro and Rent Boy Rogerers in the Civil Service and the BBC.

      Ha Ha Ha Ha ha ha haarrrrrarrrh !! They’ll be sh’!ing themselves. … Brilliant.

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    • 167
      Woolfy Smiff says:

      Since this is by and large a libertarian site, your assertion is stupidly wrong, and your moniker puerile.

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    • 171
      Jabba Le Chat says:

      If people are dumb enough to watch online porn I suspect that is the least of their problems compared to the guaranteed viruses and malware they’ll pick up on their computers…

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  2. 2

    Rusbridger looks as if he is abortion mode there.

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    • 7
      Holidaymaker says:

      You are a retired member of the Stasi

      And I collect my 10 Euros

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      • 37
        natalie says:

        Vote UKIP

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        • 61
          still walking into darkness says:

          Have you noticed the anti UKIP messaging has moved along. It used to be ‘Littleenglanders’, then it was ‘deniers’, then we’ve had ‘scaremongering’, and now the new catchphrase particularly when the question comes up about how much money is being spent abroad the standard lined trotted out is ‘it’s not an either/or question’ and ‘let me be quite clear on this important matter’ No wonder we’re all sick to death of Cameron, Clegg, Miliband et al

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      • 62
        FacialControl.com says:

        Right handed or left, sir?

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  3. 3
    Liar.Politicians says:

    GCHQ must be the biggest paedo cache in history, all those children they illegally photograph on webcams. Will William Hague and David Cameron STILL claim this illegal activity is to catch terrorists or is “for national security”?

    GCHQ are perverts who should be in prison.

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      P r o l e says:

      Hague has more to hide than most.

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      Public Security says:

      Brillians idea. Let’s just wait till they are all at the office for a staff meeting and lock them in.

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    • 158
      bubble says:

      Hague is the perfect example of if you have anything personal or embarrassing to hide to hide – which everyone does – then you have everything to fear from blanket snooping by the state.

      Hague you a total **** (in capital letters).

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    • 165
      Anonymous says:

      Pity they didn’t have eyes on one of their own locking himself in a sports bag.

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      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      Hague has transformed from being one of the few sensible genuinely eurosceptic MPs into a Euro arselicker , and since being made Foreign secretary, a total bungling buffoon.

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  4. 4
    Holidaymaker says:

    Re last thread and Gibraltar

    UK Government has “delayed drop” of paras

    We have said here that Pickles should be “dropped” to give the spics the fright of their lives

    That would sort it….

    PS even better, how about on Kyev?

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  5. 5
    Fountain man says:

    GCHQ and The Guardian employees must number 100,000s

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  6. 6
    Ed Tittibang says:

    Mastur Bation Wanking.

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  7. 8
    Maria Miller says:

    That is a total lie! I absolutely did not show any “intimate parts” of my body on the webcam. They have totally made it up and if you don’t take this down I am going to sue. It never happened. Absolute nonsense. They’re just lying about me. It’s a disgrace and I want this thread taken down now before I sue.
    Complete lie!

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  8. 9
    Rob says:

    I don’t think the word “fury” is quite adequate to describe how pissed off I am by this, fuck the conservative and labour apologists who’ve spent six months defending government spying on us in our own homes, I’m voting UKIP maybe that’s the only thing that’ll make them take any notice.

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      Cazual Observer 9 says:

      Voting UKIP will help stop the European spy agencies from doing this.

      GCHQ / NSA are bad enough but there are four new agencies set up by the EU which are getting in on the act as well.

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        A European says:

        Since GCHQ NSA have been massively spying on Europeans…including UK telecom companies

        What the hell do yoiu expect?

        And voting UKIP or leaving the EU will only encourage Europeans to build up their own intelligence capacity

        Now that we know the UK is a Trojan Horse for NSA etc

        You seem to be a little confused!

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        • 73
          Cazual Observer 9 says:

          I trust the US.

          I do not trust the EU.

          It does not follow that the EU should set up organizations to spy on UK citizens because the NSA have been monitoring them.

          History has taught the UK and US that keeping tabs on Europe is required to maintain global security. The Russ!an agencies agree.

          The only confusion is that the EU has forgotten what really maintains its security, and where it’s place truly is in the world.

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          A Brit says:

          What utter nonsense.

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      I agree Rob.
      We need to clear out as many of these Establishment ponces and nonces as we can. They refused to notice kebab shop cultural rapists because it never affected them. Now they’re worried that their troughing may be stopped, GCHQ are stockpiling evidence against innocent people.
      Vote UKIP.

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  9. 11
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget. I may now be the only person who believes this.

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  10. 13
    Legal beagle says:

    GCHQ has become a criminal operation

    Breaking every privacy law in the country and abroad

    It is also conducting illegal industrial espionnage at home and abroad

    Does Britain no longer believe in the Rule of Law?

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    • 111
      Spartacus says:

      to answer that, we need to ask rumpy pumpy

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    • 186
      I feel fubarred etc... says:

      Well Dave said he did at PMQs this week. Trouble is he is lying through his bloody rotten teeth. If he really meant that, half of his colleagues in the HoC (and probably the Lords too) would now being doing time for expenses theft.

      It is also noted that many laws in the UK are not applicable to MPs – odd that.

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  11. 14
    just a thought says:

    Wonder if Dromey appears?

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  12. 16
    Mornington Crescent says:

    “7.1% of those images contained undesirable nudity.”

    …and the other 92.9% contained desirable nudity?

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    • 44
      Blimey says:

      But it’s not “undesirable” to the people involved who may have naively thought they were communicating privately? Does Big Brother also believe that nudity in the home is “undesirable”?

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      • 50
        Spartacus says:

        nanny says off to bed. oh i see you are in bed . . .

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        • 59
          Mornington Crescent says:

          From a GCHQ screenshot in the Graun’s article:
          “We use face detection to try to censor material which may be offensive…”

          FACE detection???

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          • Cazual Observer 9 says:

            I guess most of the video streams will be run through machines which are running face recognition software to ‘look’ for people of interest.

            Software is probably still a bit flaky (doesn’t handle bad lighting well…) but may work well enough.

            The audio stream will be processed similarly looking for trigger words, and maybe voice recognition as well.

            Flagged material will be forwarded on to higher level processing, which will eventually place it before a human agent.

            S’nowden did detail this in his releases.

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  13. 18
    Unbalanced Views says:

    I may be a little paranoid, but why do you think things like Facebook, Twitter etc are free to use have you considered the amount of IT hardware needed to manage just facebook, let alone twitter ? The only way they can offer this as a free service is to sell your data, either to commercial ‘partners’ or GCHQ

    What GCHQ are doing is plainly illegal

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    • 25
      Dick Costolo says:

      That is to misunderstand Twitter’s business plan. Our plan is to make money from selling shares, not from selling services.

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    • 26
      Cazual Observer 9 says:

      Another overlooked alternative is for these companies to be explicitly set up by one of these agencies.

      The beauty is, if that company can be floated and made economically viable, then the agency can itself be part funded by its initial creation.

      This is a major part of the plausible deniability strategy.

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    • 42
      Jack says:

      Boycott facebook twitter etc

      No adult needs them

      They are just a growth on Lady Gaga’s arse…

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    • 54
      Spartacus says:

      What GCHQ are doing is plainly illegal

      says who? its ok to hack merckle’s phone – so you and me must be fair game.

      why not pay snowden pots of money to find out what else gchq are up to?

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      • 72
        Jack says:

        Give him the Orwell Freedom Prize as well

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      • 76
        Unbalanced Views says:

        says who? why, our own dear Lawmakers

        ‘Under the Computer Misuse Act it is an offence to hack into somebody else’s computer or send them a form of virus that allows them to obtain information from somebody else’s computer.’

        ‘An individual should be entitled to keep what they have on their computer private and only allow others to use it by giving their consent, and companies have the need to store confidential data or intellectual property rights securely.’

        If you require any further guidance, can I suggest you google it – careful GCHQ aren’t watching you mind !

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        • 115
          Spartacus says:

          An individual should be entitled to keep what they have on their computer private and only allow others to use it by giving their consent . . . and on

          tell that to the poor barstewart that told the police to drop dead when they asked for his encryption password on his memory stick. Judge following this legislation to the gave a jail sentence

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          • Unbalanced Views says:

            yes, and that was during a police investigation, not exactly the same a GCHQ poking around at random in your roter now is it

            Anyone who has an encrypted memory stick and doesn’t know how to wipe it is an idiot – theres your password, and then theres your password thats actualy an instruction to triple wipe the stick – amatuer IT people – always good for a laugh and a jail sentence

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          • Unbalanced Views says:

            that should of course read ‘router’ – its all this masturbating making me half blind

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          The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

          Lawmakers ??????

          Marxist New Speak. ….You live in North London.. I claim my £5.

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  14. 21
    George Orwell says:

    I got the date wrong by thirty years.

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    • 156
      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      No George. We get the Joke.

      1984. Exactly 100 years after the death of the anti-Christ.

      1883……Karl Mark dies…..

      You’ll be disappointed to know that his people still maintain the Death Cult Shrine over It’s grave in North London.

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    was it something I said? says:

    It’s all for blackmail purposes.

    How do you think the yanks got Blair to go along with their insane I’raq war?

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    • 29
      Tony Bliar says:

      I want a ‘Hutton-style inquiry’ into the Northern Ireland
      immunity letters.

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    • 160
      bubble says:

      “It’s all for blackmail purposes.”

      Exactly. So much easier than setting up a knocking shop in a children’s home or brothel and filming the visiting VIPs and you get everyone.

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  16. 27
    Jimmy says:

    Oh fuck.

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  17. 28
    ʍȫʊʂʂȁ ҞϴџṦṦậ says:

    Parliament needs to be brought under control. They’re supposed to regulate the GCHQ and they have manifestly failed to do so. Time for MPs to re-read the oath of office they swore to when they were elected. If you can’t keep the oath (blackmail?), resign or we’ll boot you out.

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  18. 34
    Stasi shill says:

    Time to give a pious lecture to the Chinese or some other openly intrusive country about human rights. Try to avoid sniggering though until afterwards.

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    Barney Rubble says:

    So has Cameron ordered this?

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  20. 38
    Dai Bando says:

    Its a pity GCHQ didnt have more info on one of their own,the nutter who locked himself into a canvas bag,or info on Geoffrey Primes funny business.

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  21. 39
    Richard Timney says:

    Great! As long as they keep the date and time stamps, I’ll always have a cast-iron alibi.

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  22. 40
    bitly says:

    Guido, are you quite sure this isn’t CCHQ?

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  23. 46
    FacialControl.com says:

    If they are going to capture your cum face for posterity, you might as well ensure they get a good one.

    People you never imagined will be getting their rocks off to your images for centuries.

    Only $2,500 for a beginners course. Book now. You know you are worth it…

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  24. 51
    Spycameron says:

    Just keep your pants on….and wear a mask.

    ‘GCHQ, Always Listening To Its Customers

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  25. 52
    Google Images says:

    Diane Abbott’s cum face.

    Imagine it!

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    • 132
      An Agency Way Beyond Control Control says:

      I feel sure that Diane and Lenny Henry are the same person, maybe the trillions of £’s spent on not preventing Lee Rigby’s death by GCHQ could tell us by using this wonderful porno face recognition system.

      Hardly surprising they don’t like Snowden!

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  26. 53
    Anon. says:

    Another NCCL – PIE link.

    ‘Jo Richardson MP, the National Council for Civil Liberties and the Labour Campaign for Gay Rights are among the several individuals and organisations that have protested to the Lord Chancellor, on PIE’s behalf, over a judge’s comments at a recent Old Bailey trial.

    They are demanding that the judge be disciplined, and are supporting the Exchange in its claim that the remarks may well have been a “serious breach of legal ethics.” [ Jo Richardson Labour MP Barking]

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  27. 56
    numpty says:

    People don’t care. Most don’t understand the implications and what it means when databases become interconnected. We’re headed for some kind of socialist Skynet dystopia within 25-50 years.

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    • 65
      Spartacus says:

      if they went to

      https://duckduckgo.com/

      and clicked on ‘anonymously’ of :

      Search anonymously

      it explains some of the problems, better than i can

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      • 109
        duckduckgo 4 me says:

        Thanks for this Spartacus.
        Bye-bye Google.

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        • 120
          Spartacus says:

          Duckky

          for info, as someone else here has found out, i’m pretty shure this site blocks certain ip addresses. billly b0wden is probably still one. and that effin modbot . . .

          if you go onto your firefox / options / privacy / you will also see a few other things you can do.

          no history helps and no cookies. no one can remain completely private. but there are other techniques of staying failry anonymouse.

          ask yourself, why would anyone pursue someone hiding and difficult to get at, when there are so many easy to monitor suckers out there?

          but these techniques are left for the student to investigate.

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    • 77
      Jack says:

      There will be a violent reaction well before then

      GCHQ will be trashed by the people at this rate

      And rightly so

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    • 79
      Cazual Observer 9 says:

      Skynet was created by the UK back in 1969. Still operating today.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skynet_(satellite)

      Check also what Z’ircon / E’chelon was.

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  28. 57
    SNAFU says:

    Ex-Labour candidate secretly filmed men in shopping centre loo

    I believe that the LibDems have welcomed him with open arms.

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    Lost In Haringey says:

    It therefore appears that through their ‘diligence’ and ‘concern for national security’, GCHQ has collected a huge library of naked videos that possibly constitute child pornography.

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    Anon. says:

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      was it something I said? says:

      It’s all a bit of fun discomfiting Labour with all these ‘revelations’ but it’s hardly a ‘smoking gun’.

      @Exchanged Letters’.

      If A.N.PEEDO wrote to Hewitt saying ‘I think PeedoFeelia is great and I think it should be legal’ and she wrote back and said ‘Fuck off, you n*o*n*c*e’ then, technically they have ‘exchanged letters’ but she wouldn’t exactly be en*do*rsing the peedo cause would she?

      I don’t think the Mail has got anything. It’s all bullshit.

      And I loath Labour and would like to see them jailed for life for an overdue library book but even I can’t see anything (so far) that puts Harman or Hewitt in the frame.

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  31. 68
    Objective Productions are protecting an abusive media star. says:

    Come on Guido who are the Guardian kidding? These scumbag tricks are promoted by the media and a certain nasty individual media star? The guardian targeting the GCHQ is politically motivated & disengenuous! How about the truth for a change?

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    Gordon Brown says:

    I love watching Lego porn xxx

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  33. 74
    Scottish Chav says:

    WANKING AKBAR!

    Like

  34. 80
    Gchq Voyeurs says:

    The series of tubes..used for prawn? Gasp splutter shock. When did this start then? Look you lot youve got a hundred years to stop it then we pounce.

    Like

  35. 89
    My dad says:

    So if you’re going to show your private parts on webcam, do it in a Boris Johnson or David Cameron mask and confuse the hell out of them

    Like

  36. 90
    I've never understood why Lefties don't like water says:

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  37. 96
    Harriet, Jack, Pietricia says:

    Oh shit.

    Like

  38. 99
    nell says:

    I just set up a Yahoo account so that I can send them lots of pictures of my c..

    Skype and Google+ are other obvious choices, but then we should know by now that these companies cannot be trusted.

    Will Mr. Cameron come-out and condemn the collection and storage of sexually-explicit material? I thought he was a prude about this kind of thing..

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  39. 104
    Agent 231 & Miss Direction. says:

    Agent 321: Can you smell the bull Miss Direction?

    Miss Direction: Sure can Agent 321, I think it is coming from that direction over there at GCHQ and from the Guardian over there.

    Agent 321: And nowhere else??

    Miss Direction: Apparently not sir.

    Agent 321: Never mind Miss Direction. The truth will out. Eventually. Meanwhile how about some tea & sandwiches.

    Miss Direction: Good idea, Agent 321.

    The End.

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  40. 105
    Spartacus says:

    how about unlicensed tasars?

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    • 108
      Megger says:

      There’s no such thing as a Taser Licence.

      Like

      • 116
        Spartacus says:

        according to the police there is. same as a gun license. under elfin safftey police tasars are not supposed to kill. that is what the police did when they killed someone with a taser a while back. hence unlicensed taser

        do keep up.

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  41. 122
    Rick O'Shea says:

    Sounds like another blatant example of public sector waste. These people are spending half their time “monitoring” dirty web cams.

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    • 125
      Spartacus says:

      as someone else said here – probably half their computting time and just looking at the sifted info. in this case intimate moments for blackmail purposes.

      been on pirate bay lately??

      https://thepiratebay.se/

      dont be put off by the research bay 3.0

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  42. 123
    Brown's Boggin tricks revealed on Crap4 and needlessly repeated on Bore4 says:

    No one will vote for these scumbags. The Cobservatives will lose the next general election. The Guardian is performing its own disengenuous politically motivated majick!

    Where do they get their ideas from? Work that out & there is your answer!

    Like

  43. 124
    Jay Trig says:

    GCHQ no doubt have a complete archive of Dromey’s Big Black ‘Likes’.

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  44. 127
    Operation Blu Tack says:

    We will fist them on the biatches

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  45. 128
    Brown's Boggin tricks revealed on Crap4 and needlessly repeated on Bore4 says:

    Where do they get their ideas from? Send your complaints here and send a copy to the police.

    info .

    No fool like an old fool!

    If the tories do not clean up their act, they will lose the next election! But do not be fooled into thinking Labour will protect your civil liberties. The whole thing started under Tony Blair. It is a conspiracy of government, media & business! Alike! Everyone of them stinks of shit!

    Disgraceful!

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  46. 129
    Old Geezer says:

    Why do you assume that everything Asage says is true?

    Like

  47. 130
    Brown's Boggin tricks revealed on Crap4 and needlessly repeated on Bore4 says:

    Where do they get their ideas from?
    Send your complaints here and send a
    copy to the police.
    info @ o – b- j e c t i v e p r o d u c t i o n s.

    No fool like an old fool!
    If the tories do not clean up their act,
    they will lose the next election! But do
    not be fooled into thinking Labour will
    protect your civil liberties. The whole
    thing started under Tony Blair. It is a
    conspiracy of government, media &
    business! Alike! Everyone of them
    stinks of shit!
    Disgraceful!

    Like

  48. 135
    MayfairMagFan says:

    I’m not a terrorist.

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  49. 137
    John le "car je peux" says:

    Secret Smileys People

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  50. 138
    Sue Brown. says:

    To Del the w@nker & his beloved skidMark. That 40 million you accumalated will soon go to the claimants in a lawsuit. Hope you have paid your taxes you genetically fucked up parasite! Someone has to pay for the mental health problems you help to create. Spineless fucked up loser!

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  51. 139
    A Fine Pair Of Lungs says:

    Pointless celebrities on?

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  52. 140
    non taxable pikey says:

    One recalls the comment of President Sukharno of Indonesia when confronted by the KGB with a film of him performing with a couple of ladies. “I look pretty good in that, can you make some copies so that I can give them to my friends.”

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  53. 143
    What Was That Click says:

    Just think, instead of wasting billions of tax £’s on spying on everyone at random, if they had done just a bit of racial profiling, Lee Rigby may have been saved.

    Even more so as they are an agency beyond reasonable control, if they can ignore peoples reasonable rights to privacy in general, they should be able to completely ignore Mozzas rights specifically and save us from the slide back to the middle ages.

    Now that would have been a better result instead of watching ordinary bods porn habits!

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    • 161
      bubble says:

      Option 1
      no control on the border and a police state inside to deal with the consequences

      Option 2
      police state on the borders and free country inside

      europhile political class all want option 1

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  54. 144
    Former Home Secretary says:

    Pay-per-view porn? Public purse.

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  55. 145
    Not a willing stooge for GCHQ says:

    Nasty! The tories will loos the next election. Who wants to vote to have their civil liberties abused? Methinks the tories have walked into a trap! Ah well. That’s me disenfranchised! Labour care even less about our privacy so no point in voting for them either!

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  56. 147
    What Was That Click says:

    Government Centre for Hypocrisy, Quote!

    Official little notes about how the images may be offensive, all echco the official goverment line of does as we say not as we do. Be offended but be even more pervy than joe public.

    You can guarantee yes guarantee that all those so awfully nice GCHQ chappies will, on seeing some hardcore amateur porn footage which the taxpayer has funded, will crack one out like the next man.

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  57. 159
    Pity people didn't learn something about how the internet actually works before using it says:

    Why is it that people think the internet is in any way private?

    Data sent from your computer over the internet can go through countless other computers before it reaches its intended destination. There is also no way of preventing software being installed on your computer that will record what you do and send it to a third party either legally or illegally.

    The internet was not private, is not private and never will be private. Do not do stuff you want to keep private over the internet. All manner of people can see what you get up to including your employer, British Telecom, Google, The Russian Mafia, the Chinese Communist party, and yes indeed GCHQ.

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    • 164
      bubble says:

      “Data sent from your computer over the internet can go through countless other computers before it reaches its intended destination.”

      That’s why it was made illegal to snoop. Laws which the state via GCHQ is ignoring. And if the state isn’t subject to the law?

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    • 182
      Anonymous says:

      ‘There is also no way of preventing software being installed on your computer that will record what you do and send it to a third party either legally or illegally’.

      Oh yes there is!

      Like

    • 183
      Anonymous says:

      ‘There is also no way of preventing software being installed on your computer that will record what you do and send it to a third party either legally or illegally’.

      Oh yes there is!

      (ta for nothing mobotty)

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  58. 162
    Tit Watch says:

    Our recall of the PiE period in the seventies is that they were sure that children were sexual objects whose needs had to be satisfied, we were distinctly uncomfortable about this and it certainly did not .. Feel right.

    What goes around, etc

    Time up, too much evidence, All three should be put on the JSA.

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  59. 168
    well hung chinese says:

    who’s has the biggest member in parliament?

    Like

  60. 170
    Anon says:

    Love rusbridger, mmm that is him, right ?

    Like

  61. 172
    Patricia Hewitt says:

    I was very naive and believed that webcams were ‘communication devices used as an aid in the discussion of kierdeggar’.

    I accidentally found myself stark naked and banging one out while while browsing a mountain of kiddie porn. It was a long time ago, nearly thirty minutes in fact.

    I now realise how important it is not to get caught and in future will wear a mask.

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  62. 177
    Politically motivated? attack from Guardian methinks! says:

    Been going on for a decade and why is everyone surprised? The Guardian was more than happy to turn a blind eye or even participate in similar privacy attacks on vulnerable targets under the previous Labour Government. Now they are motivated to expose GCHQ.

    Guardian attack on GCHQ is politically motivated? There is no question that Labour participated in similar activities for nearly a decade but the Guardian refuses to name & shame them! Why?

    I doubt GCHQ are behaving legally let alone morally.

    http://thedailybanter.com/2014/02/greenwalds-latest-snowden-revelation-the-british-gchq-is-waging-war-on-hackers/

    And

    http://www.theguardian.com/law/2013/jun/25/liberty-gchq-nsa-target-illegal

    It is getting silly now!

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  63. 179
    Animal Farmer says:

    So Geo o’rwell was right.

    1984 was in fact absolutely 2014, the man was a genius.

    That clever TV with t’internet does not look so clever now, the bloody thing is watching you.
    .

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  64. 181
    A bunch of w*nkers says:

    Red faces all round!

    Suffice to say no one looks good in this. Lol.

    Like

  65. 190
    GCHQ spokesperson says:

    To clarify, we only keep videos where the men have really small packages as we have concluded from our research that they are probably terrorists.

    We also keep the videos showing really fit birds because it can get a bit dull waiting for interesting stuff to happen.

    Like


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