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Girt By Sea

It's right there, in the opening verse of Advance Australia Fair so it must be true.

Nothing on my "computer" copper, ha!

Because here in New Zealand the law may change soon so that any constable can demand full and frank access to your computer and you have to give it to them right there!

No right of appeal, silence or anything!

No right to silence for computer owners
About 50 IT professionals were alarmed to hear District Court Judge David Harvey say the government is about to do away with their right to remain silent should they be arrested for any crime.


Of course by putting my data into the cloud I may merely be delaying the inevitable and potentially, making it a lot easier in the long run.

Thanks to Paul Brislen (Vodafone External Communications Manager) via Stephen's posting about how NO txt's are stored at the moment which has made the Police whinge recently.

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