Most of your "sensitive" data is already in US hands, via various data-sharing arrangements between the Home Office and the US.
Several large UK companies already have data stored in the US....congestion charge, banking, et-al.
I see no difference between the last governments obsession to storage of personal data, and this governments obsession to storage, and use, of personal data....except this one is giving similar large amounts of cash and access to private companies.
I eagerly await my reply to a request for an overdraft, in the form of a LIKE on facebook (I suppose that means that I will have to have .GOV.UK as a friend ?) (yeah..right..as if they've ever been friendly)
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