The UK government wants to know what British taxpayers think about its newly created Public Data Corporation, which was greeted with a slow hand clap by some openistas when it was announced last month. From today until 11 March, the Cabinet Office is asking individuals and organisations that use government data to get in touch, …
Agenda at work: United Depredation Organization
> It said it was particularly interested in registration activities, environmental science issues, critical infrastructure and the built environment.
> The government said it hadn't committed much time to health, education, welfare and criminal justice-derived datasets, but added it was willing to consider suggestions on those areas too.
In other words, assets. Tangible physical assets. Big ones. Expensive ones.
Someone wants the UNO to have some information that could be very useful when a suitable crisis/opportunity arises. You, meanwhile, will be too busy saving the planet from plant food to notice.
A delicious irony to foster a mass distraction that is invisible and up the sky, when the real action is down on the ground and far bigger than the proverbial barn door.,
A new name
The Cabinet Office also appears to be mulling a name change for the PDC, and is asking if individuals can suggest a more suitable moniker."
All Ur Data Belong to US <font colour="ffffff">Corporations</font>
The UK Govt formed a *corporation* to do this.
How many people knew this?
The Umbrella Corporation - obviously.
Mine's the one with Milla Jovovich in the pocket (in my dreams)
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