Tuesday, January 11, 2011

This house believes that security in the modern age cannot be established without some erosion of individual privacy - The Ayes have it!

So from the privacy of their ultra-modern, though probably not ultra-secure, voting booths (a mere array of touch-screen keys sending out a weakly-encrypted signal to an eminently hackable website), our voting public has chosen to recognise the existence of some form of trade-off between security and individual privacy, to the detriment of the latter. The Ayes have it. (And indeed the "Eyes" surely do have it: seen, recorded, noted down and stored away for future use.) The motion is carried. Don't say we didn't tell you!

[Report card to follow.]

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