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+ - Kaspersky: Govt snooping doesn't go far enough->

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Barence
Barence writes "Eugene Kaspersky has told PC Pro that governments should be monitoring the internet activity of their citizens more closely. The security firm boss, who was educated at the KGB-sponsored Institute of Cryptography, said that monitoring "the internet so closely would be a positive step" and that "the [UK] Government is not a Big Brother which wants to watch everyone — and taxation is not high enough to have such a budget.""
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Kaspersky: Govt snooping doesn't go far enough

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