Should the UK now allow the security services to access everything that we do online, in the light of recent terror plots, or are our civil liberties more important than the perceived benefits of more surveillance?
I do not think so. At least, it is illegal if we consider our freedom. But in reality, we share almost all our personal data, including full name, date of birth, credit card data, address, and so on. By the way, we do it on lots of websites while registering or making an order on any online store. We should try to save our data and not share it with all the world. Our phone seven know out fingerprints and face id. Is not it weird? That is why I have a professional security system at home that does not use a wi-fi connection – https://ajax.systems/. It has a special sim card for data saving and its storage which is impossible to hack. I hope so.