Wednesday, 26 June 2013 08:03
Posted by David Icke
'Millions of Barclays bank account holders will have their mobile devices tracked from October this year. The banking giant also plans to sell customer’s purchasing information to third party companies or government departments, it has been revealed.
Barclays will make this level of big brother surveillance mandatory for all customers and have refused to let account holders ‘opt-out’ of the invasive scheme. If you don’t like it, your only option is to close your account.'