n Without Prejudice - Editor's note




As without prejudice goes to print we are a world at war. One quite as deadly, but much more silent and insidious than the First and Second World Wars. The perpetrators sit in safety while others carry-out their dreadful plans, aimed at inflicting misery on innocents. It has been said that this is something the world must get used to. The US authorities have attracted considerable criticism for following on-line chats and using the internet to keep tabs on terrorists and their plans. Other countries have certainly followed suit, if they weren't already using the same means and London has advised that several terrorist attacks have been foiled as a result. And while many countries have introduced protection of personal information acts, this is one instance where the majority of people would rather have counter-terrorist authorities being aware of planned atrocities than waking up to the news of yet another attack.


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