In a shocking new video from RT News, it is revealed the US may not be the worst country when it comes to surveilling it’s citizens. With a request for access to private communications every 120 seconds, the UK is equaling, and, in some cases, surpassing the overarching rate of US government surveillance on it’s citizens.
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The overreaching surveillance state in the U.S. certainly takes most of the headlines, but the UK is every bit on par if not worse.
A recent report, responded to below by Steve Jolly of NOCCTV, indicates that there have been 700,000 police requests to access private communications in the UK over a two-year period – which amounts to a request every 2 minutes. And these requests are almost never denied; in fact, they have a 96% approval rate. This surely can’t purely be to “thwart terrorism.”
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