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“Secretly intercepting and taking photographs from millions of people’s webcam chats is as creepy as it gets,” he said.
Conservative MP David Davis, who has campaigned on civil liberties issues, said: “It is perfectly proper for our intelligence agencies to use any and all means to target people for whom there are reasonable grounds for suspicion of terrorism.
It is entirely improper to extend such intrusive surveillance on a blanket scale to ordinary citizens.”A GCHQ spokeswoman said: “We’re not commenting on anything.”The Independent's bitcoin group on Facebook is the best place to follow the latest discussions and developments in cryptocurrency.
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