Exactly, and as tech gets better battles for what we have now will rage, there is an add on to the act you speak of both here and in the states the Law enforcement communities have managed to push through into laws, something the data transmission companies will have to pay heavily for- that means us.. Gee, I remember- oh what glorious times they were- when I could walk into or send for something called a cash card put out by AAA in the states and American Express all over. The AAA card had a cash limit of 10,000, used as cash anywhere Visa or MC was accepted. Soon, withing say a year this was halted. This was in 2001. The reasons given for the cut offf, mind you I still had money loaded, was that a terrorist could used the card to funnel and launder money. At that time, my money was tight and it provided me a great service when it came to those necessities that "only a credit card could do". Mind you, you still can wait in line at a AAA office and load away, but you'd better fork over you identification and be ready at a moments notices to have your funds frozen if you dare to change phone numbers. I believe Claire said, whoever these hyennas are up in the rhealms of congress or parliment are, they want every bit of modest freedom to be in their control. They want this information shared and want everyone to cross the roads of life Only when the man on the pole turns white.