By Mick Meaney
Jul 20, 2015
(Acclaimed News) Public faith in politicians and their puppet corporate media has been slowly declining for decades thanks to the efforts of dissidents, researchers and activists, and now for the first time the scales have tipped as trust in the establishment is at a record low.
A shocking 56% of people have expressed their concerns that they are being spied on by the government.
Artmotion, a secure server provider, has interviewed over 2200 people during their recent research into the public’s trust of politicians in the aftermath of the privacy scandals involving the NSA and GCHQ.
Young voters are the most concerned about their privacy, with 62% of those aged 18-24 convinced that their activities are being scrutinised by government spies.
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