Theresa May and the Snoopers' Charter are Cassetteboy's latest victims

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Picture: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images

CassetteBoy has launched its take on the Snooper's Charter - and it pulls absolutely no punches, as you'd expect.

If you're unfamiliar with the Snooper's Charter, it is formally known as the Draft Communications Data Bill and essentially bestows powers upon the police to access everyone’s web browsing histories and to hack into phones.

Naturally, the choice of song for the remix was Every Breath You Take by The Police.

Potentially our favourite lyric of the video, which was a collaborative effort with Privacy International, is:

Think of your own smartphone, it's no longer a no-go zone, it's under attack because we will hack all the technology you own.

If not the creepy refrain:

Every text you send. Every Facebook friend. I’ll be watching you.

Watch the full video, below:

The video is released as #ResignCameron is the UK's top trending topic on Twitter, with midday protests expected on Saturday outside Parliament and Downing Street.

CassetteBoy tweeted the prime minister to thank him for not resigning yet, so the video would be out in time, before adding:

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