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Big Brother Watch: EU Plans to Install Tracking Device in every new car from 2018

Interestingly as the election rages on in the UK this has gone unnoticed in the news. You couldn’t have picked a better time for it, the Labour and Conservative Parties are desperate to keep this out of the media.

The EU wants every new car to be installed with what is essentially a tracking device. There is nothing British politicians can do about it either, short of leaving the Union itself. This technology will almost certainly be used by the Police to track cars and also almost certainly by insurance companies looking to rinse drivers for even more of their hard earned money, despite the EU’s assurances to the contrary. But in a post-Snowden era, who do you trust?

Any doubts I had about voting UKIP have been cast aside. The establishment in the UK needs to hear this message that this bullshit is no longer acceptable.

http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ecall-time-saved-lives-saved

http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/ecall-all-new-cars-april-2018

Bug Out Bags and the Concept of ‘Onebagging’

Some of the contents of my bug out bag

Recently, I’ve done a fair bit of travelling across Britain and have been thinking more and more about reducing the amount of shit I take with me. I came across the concept of ‘one bagging’, which is basically the notion that you should only travel with one bag and that this will essentially enhance your travelling experience. Continue reading Bug Out Bags and the Concept of ‘Onebagging’