The problem is that advocates of monitoring always say "if you have nothing to hide then you shouldn't be worried".
I have nothing to hide but I am worried. This sort of monitoring means that all public sector employees could have the ability to view my personal details (The Home Office is currently attempting to increase the no. of depts that can view the info) and any unscrupuluos member of the civil service could use my credit card etc.
There is an element here of guilty until proven innocent. I abhor terrorism, peadophilia etc but am always wary of the media frenzy surrounding the so called guilt of people before their trial or even being charged in some cases.
Ultimately, I feel iti s nobody's business if I view PCA site 10 times a day or whether I bank on-line etc. There are other ways of investigating and it seems that the authorities are choosing the least cost option without a thought for all the heartache they may cause the innocent.