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calling all witnesses

They want to pretend that Savile fooled everyone. Mr Gambaccini, 63, said he was aware of the necrophilia claims in the eighties. He questioned why newspapers had not acted when he said a reporter had boasted that his colleagues were aware of a story linking Savile to 'necrophilia'. His comments astounded presenter Nicky Campbell who tried to stop the conversation by warning the allegations were not in the public domain. Campbell said: 'That particularly lurid accusation that you have just brought to people's attention is one that has not been in the public domain.' Paul Gambaccini, colleague of Savile Jack Nicholson as The Joker Oopsie we don't want people to know that we all here in media world knew for decades... ? 'He targeted the in

the illusion of privacy in a limited hangout world

With a few keystrokes, it is now possible for an investigator to determine a target’s location, activities, finances, sexual orientation, religion, politics, habits, hobbies, friends, family, their entire personal and professional histories… even accurately predict what they will do and where they will go in the future. Without leaving the office, a government agent can surveil a subject and “watch” their activities 24/7/365: where they drive, when they walk down the street, if they attend a church or synagogue or mosque or a demonstration or visit an abortion clinic or a “known criminal activity location” or meet with a “targeted person” or a disliked political activist. There is no longer any place to hide. Follow The Money: Privacy, A Postmortem So... d oes that include pedophiles? Or are they some sort of protected group? Because there is no privacy. Certainly no online privacy. So how do the pedophiles get away with it? ...and human beings are prisoner