Silkie Carlo

Silkie Carlo has most recently been quoted in an article called Assessing Britain's new mass surveillance powers. Silkie Carlo said, “There isn't even the need to identify the targets of surveillance powers. So police and intelligence agencies can hack a computer or hack thousands of computers, without needing to identify who the targets are. In addition, they don't have to notify the targets of surveillance after the conduct has taken place. Which means that there will be thousands of people that have been affected by surveillance, that might have had their private lives intruded on, their phones hacked, their calls intercepted, that don't know about it and that never will.”. Silkie Carlo has been quoted a grand total of 2 times in 1 article.

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There isn't even the need to identify the targets of surveillance powers. So police and intelligence agencies can hack a computer or hack thousands of computers, without needing to identify who the targets are. In addition, they don't have to notify the targets of surveillance after the conduct has taken place. Which means that there will be thousands of people that have been affected by surveillance, that might have had their private lives intruded on, their phones hacked, their calls intercepted, that don't know about it and that never will.

Our communications data, who we email, who we call, who we text and when, and all of our internet activity can be accessed for non serious crime purposes.

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