What would be more appropriate in the one-and-twenty than to microwave some war propaganda leftovers and feed our fears over social networks!
I’ve tweeted (From UK to Airstrip One) and blogged from time to time about the neo-Orwellian tendencies in contemporary Britain; check out, e.g., my Werbeblogger post “Advertisin’ Like It’s 1984!” [RIP].
Spy on your friends, rat on your neighbors, eavesdrop on your family—now what would be more appropriate in the one-and-twenty than to kick it up a notch and microwave some war propaganda leftovers to feed our fears over social networks!
Here’s two fresh clips from the latest UK Ministry of Defence Security Awareness Campaign:
Think before you Tweet
“Military personnel are being warned of the potential security risks of social networking”
Personal Security Online
“The mother of an airman in the RAF is using Facebook, but is it may not just be friends and family reading her status updates”
Enjoy! And don’t let Big Brother bite you.
In a nice coincidence, this just in:
Over at Boing Boing, Cory Doctorow posted this “weird variant on the ‘loose lips sink ships’ ads“: