Ex-spy chief warns of web dangers

Former spy chief Sir David Pepper tells the BBC in an exclusive interview that the internet presents an unprecedented challenge for the intelligence services.

Sir David Pepper: "I've spent 40 years lurking in the shadows"


VIDEO EXTRAS



An office worker
Richard Bilton investigates how easier access to affordable surveillance technology is allowing employers to keep an eye on their employees.

The government kept secret the loss of sensitive RAF vetting records, which one officer fears could be used for blackmail.
A national network of cameras and computers automatically logging car number plates will be in place within months.

A guide to the technology of surveillance
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The UK's growing network of surveillance

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PROGRAMME EPISODES

Richard Bilton meets people who watch us and those who have fallen foul of modern surveillance.

Richard Bilton delves into the world of those who have made our private lives their business including former soldiers, corporate spies, hackers and blaggers.

Richard Bilton speaks to leading figures from the shadowy world of secret intelligence and see how effective it is tackling serious crime and terrorism.

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