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Leaked Documents Show Boris Johnson’s Secret Plan To Gather Massive Amounts of User Data Held By The Government’s Online Services.

Humanosity says….it’s no surprise to find out that Boris Johnson’s key adviser Dominic Cummings is at the heart of plans to use data from the government’s online services portal in the build-up to Brexit. We can only guess that that data would be extremely useful to the Tories in the run-up to the Dec 12th election.

According to reporting by Buzzfeed

In a move that has alarmed Whitehall officials, the prime minister has instructed departments to share data they collect about the usage of the GOV.UK portal so that it can feed into preparations for leaving the European Union at the end of next month.

The reporting goes on to state that the information being sought will come from the millions of users of the GOV.UK portal through which citizens can access services like Universal Credit

Dominic Cummings, the prime minister’s chief adviser, emailed senior officials instructing them to make sure that ministers, department heads and political aides know that the instruction is “TOP PRIORITY”, according to leaked government documents.

Even though Johnson has claimed that he wants to revolutionise the government’s digital services offering such detailed information would be extremely valuable in any upcoming election.

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