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Issue No. 2367

‘People who use web-based email today cannot be surprised if their communications are processed’

Google makes no apology for reading your emails


‘Get right up to the creepy line’

Google’s privacy policy, in the words of boss Eric Schmidt


‘Giving equality and getting rid of apartheid gives a beautiful chance for things to happen’

Violinist Nigel Kennedy speaks out against Israel at the Proms. The BBC plans to edit his remarks out for TV


‘The chances of mobilising the activists to secure such a victory are diminishing’

Conservative Grassroots chair Robert Woollard says bitter and dwindling Tory members won’t get Cameron re-elected


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Tue 20 Aug 2013, 17:49 BST
Issue No. 2367
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