It seems the current PM is supporting GCHQ who, having been caught breaking the law are now saying that technology companies who don’t collaborate with them are immoral. Go figure. The British PM’s office is cheering on civil servants in a crusade against his peoples rights.
Jim Killock, director of the Open Rights Group, said: “Robert Hannigan’s comments are divisive and offensive. If tech companies are becoming more resistant to GCHQ’s demands for data, it is because they realise that their customers’ trust has been undermined by the Snowden revelations. It should be down to judges, not GCHQ nor tech companies, to decide when our personal data is handed over to the intelligence services.”
Take back control of who decides how much privacy you get.