Your Facebook, Twitter and blog are about to be monitored for references to the Government

I was looking upon a new blogarticle for today and i found it easily down here.

PRIVACY matters but when it comes to safety for the good cause you have also always the backside of it. People will always make it a laughter or even fun to get into peoples privacy.

DO what you have to do and if you are a good person, u really shouldn’t be scared . Always people will try to corrupt you if need to make themselves happy but i believe in the good cause of monitoring or surveillance on social media platforms . Don’t act like you intend to be such a person because you might get criminalized to be such a character. READ on the article and use the good side of social media like i do.
#privacy #monitoring #surveillance


A photo taken in the western French city of Rennes on November 7, 2013 shows an official Twitter account on a smartphone. Twitter will make its Wall Street debut on November 7 with a price tag of 26 US dollars per share, bidding to raise up to 2.1 billion US dollars in the most eagerly awaited stock offering since Facebook. A tweet from the company said it would offer 70 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange, generating 1.82 billion US dollars, and give underwriters a 30-day option to purchase an additional 10.5 million shares of common stock.  AFP PHOTO / DAMIEN MEYER        (Photo credit should read DAMIEN MEYER/AFP/Getty Images) Companies will monitor tweets and provide real-time updates to Whitehall (Picture: Getty Images)

If you’re one of those people that gets a bit vocal about politics, you’ll be interested to know that your Facebook, Twitter and personal blog are about to begin being monitored for references to the Government.

Ministers announced yesterday that the Government had awarded a contract to five companies who will monitor what people tweet, post to Facebook or blog about the Government and provide updates to Whitehall in real time.

Officials and ministers will provide a list of keywords and topics to the companies so that they know what to monitor.

(Picture: Getty Images) This is the first time the Government has specifically monitored social media (Picture: Getty Images)

‘We monitor digital, social and traditional media so we understand what people are saying, identify their concerns and shape policies accordingly,’ a Cabinet Office spokeswoman told the Independent.

‘Departments have always monitored social media…

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