How I look forward to The Convention on Modern Liberty:

Sir David Omand, the former Whitehall security and intelligence co-ordinator, sets out a blueprint for the way the state will mine data – including travel information, phone records and emails – held by public and private bodies and admits: “Finding out other people’s secrets is going to involve breaking everyday moral rules.”

via Fight against terror ‘spells end of privacy’ | UK news | The Guardian .

Sir David’s IPPR paper is here.

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