Yesterday upon the stair I saw a TV set that wasn’t there
“BBC could get power to access private data”, the Telegraph informs us. In that article, we also find:
“The review also suggests that new legislation could be introduced to prosecute anyone who fails to inform authorities that they don’t have a television.”
What else do I have to inform them of? That I don’t own a Ferrari? A Rolex? A globe with internal day/night lighting? (I had one of those once but it grew legs and moved to some unknown other place.)
I confess that I also don’t have a weasel. That is, I’ve got a stuffed one, but I hope that doesn’t count. Because I haven’t informed the “authorities”.