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I spy with my multitude of Eyes – the mass surveillance of a Supermarket in Kilbirnie

By   /  September 9, 2018  /  Frank Macskasy, Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  27 Comments

In an age of tracking by online corporations like Google and Facebook; by the apps in our smartphones; by CCTVs in buildings, streets, offices, etc – we have reached a surveillance state far surpassing anything envisioned by George Orwell.

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Big Bro’ is Watching You!

By   /  November 9, 2015  /  Frank Macskasy, Media Watch, Most Recent Blogs  /  12 Comments

In case anyone has missed the point, Dita DeBoni’s column is a direct warning to the citizens of this country.

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Nothing to hide, eh?

By   /  March 8, 2015  /  Frank Macskasy, Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  66 Comments

From a Fairfax report on the visit of world-renowned investigative journalist, Glenn Greenwald, on 13 September 2014, and Key’s abuse thrown at the man, there were 712 comments posted, before Fairfax closed posting.

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A brief word on hacked celebrity naked pictures

By   /  September 3, 2014  /  Deconstructing Headlines, Martyn Bradbury, Most Recent Blogs  /  8 Comments

Grow up.

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Online Voting – no longer a viable option post-2013

By   /  June 10, 2014  /  Frank Macskasy, Most Recent Blogs, Setting The Agenda  /  8 Comments

There has been public debate recently on the prospect of employing online voting for local body and general elections. The suggestion is made to counter falling voting numbers, as the 2011 general election recorded the lowest voter turn-out (74.21%) since 1887.

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