A new survey claims that 15% of respondents had been victims on online crime in the previous 12 months.
You come into work to discover that your Mac or server have been hacked, or appears to be under the control of an intruder. What do you do next?
Perhaps this shocking litany of lame excuses and perpetual procrastination is reflection of a covert policy to take crime off the streets, and put it onto the Internet instead.
We are only too painfully aware of the continuing drive to increase powers of surveillance in the name of the ‘war on terror’. Just don’t let the electorate know that precious little surveillance has anything to do with that.