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Obama and the ‘News’ Media Continue to Falsify About Obamacare

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Eric Zuesse The Obama Administration basically lied on Monday, March 16th, when it said that it had reduced the percentage of healthcare uninsured Americans from 20.3% down to 13.2% — and the ‘news’ media in this country stenographically reported their ...

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Official ‘Investigation’ Into Downing of the Malaysian Plane Is Now Clearly a Hoax

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A Suspect in a Possible Crime Is Appointed to Co-Investigate It: Downing the MH-17.  Is the Investigation, into the Malaysian Plane’s Downing, Itself a Criminal Operation?  Eric Zuesse  RINF Alternative News As was pointed out by investigative journalist Donn Marten at ...

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Campaign urges activists to keep personal details off police database

Netpol have today launched a campaign to limit the gathering of data by the police on political protest. The campaign, don’t be on a database, gives good reasons why protesters should assert their legal rights to keep their personal details ...

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Internet companies building massive civilian database

Mel Kelly, Open Democracy | Commercial companies are covertly using wi-fi scanning equipment to collate large databases of what in offline contexts is considered private information. With details about the sharing of this data so unclear, the government should consider an immediate ...

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UK coalition to halt computer surveillance

The UK will reverse and restrain many of the surveillance systems that have marked its citizens out as the most watched in the world. The agreement on which the UK has formed its first coalition government since the Second World ...

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Innocent man’s fury after police took fingerprint and DNA samples

AN ex-soldier who has served in Northern Ireland and guarded the royal family is calling for a police investigation into why he had his fingerprints and DNA sampled after he became the victim of an alleged attack. The 55-year-old from ...

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IBM to build UK fingerprints database

The Identity and Passport Service (IPS) has contracted IBM to build a database to support the Government’s switch to biometric passports.IBM will also provide a replacement for the UK Border Agency’s (UKBA) Immigration and Asylum Fingerprint System (IAFS) which holds ...

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The great big DNA database fishing expedition

In London the Met police have been rounding up and arresting children as young as ten who have committed no crime, for the purpose of getting their DNA on record. A FOI request has revealed that in 2008, police in ...

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Government may renew data sharing plans

Speaking at a conference in London organised by the Information Commissioner’s Office, he emphasised the need for a new consultation on the appropriate limits of data sharing. This follows the government’s retreat from its plans, contained in clause 152 of ...

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Paying billions for our database state

It is cost rather than privacy concerns that will save us from Labour’s megalomaniac surveillance schemes – a point underlined this morning when David Cameron was interviewed on the Today programme. With the vast choice of public expenditure open to ...

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DNA database grows by 38 per cent in two years

By Tom Young | Some 1.4 million new profiles have been added to the DNA database in the past two years – a rise of 38 per cent – according to figures released by the Home Office. In February 2007 the ...

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The database state we’re in

The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust has published a major report on the UK’s Database State. Technology is transforming government, and there is an urgent need to control and understand it.  One of the most irritating tropes of New Labour is ...

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UK’s DNA database and ID register are illegal

The UK’s controversial DNA database and ID cards register are in breach of European data protection and rights laws, according to a new report by the Rowntree Trust published this week. The report slams Britain’s ‘database state’, claiming that 11 ...

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Bus drivers issued with DNA kits

BUS drivers in Wrexham have now been issued with DNA testing equipment to catch passengers who spit at them. By Matt Sims The swab kits were issued at a special event at Wrexham Bus Station in a bid to combat ...

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Nearly half of all criminals escape the DNA database say Lib Dems

Ahead of today’s European Court of Human Rights ruling on whether two innocent men should be removed from the DNA database, the Liberal Democrats have revealed that 40% of Britain’s criminals escape inclusion on the database. Research by the party ...

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64,000 DNA samples from our children – This needs to be stopped

Western Mail | THE debate over privacy and the rights of the individual against those of society at large has been given a fresh twist this week with the arrest of an MP and complaints of police heavy-handedness. Damian Green, ...

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ACLU Challenges DNA Databank Expansion

Civil Liberties Group Concerned Over Privacy Issues MONTPELIER, Vt. — A proposal to expand the state’s DNA database is being questioned by a civil liberties group.   Under the Senate Judiciary Committee’s plan, the state would start collecting genetic samples ...

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Surveillance Overload

By Christian Harris | The world’s gone security crazy. Everywhere we go stronger measures are being implemented to combat impersonation, ID theft and fraud. Following news that a leading chain of kiddie’s nurseries in the UK is requiring parents to ...

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The DNA database and you

How big is it? How many get off it? Your questions answered… By David Mery Special Report The National DNA Database (NDNAD) keeps growing: it now holds more than five million DNA profiles of individuals. Getting off the database, if ...

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Passport Service dismisses 14 for database abuses

The Identity and Passport Service (IPS) says it has dismissed 14 people over the last three years in relation to passport database abuses.The IPS is now closely involved in building the government’s national identity card database. Of 16 cases where ...

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Record increase in DNA database

More than 722,000 samples were added to the National DNA Database last year – a record increase for one year. The database has samples from some 4m people and is the world’s largest per head of population, the National Policing ...

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Expanded DNA testing threatens innocent

By LONNIE RANDOLPH | In early July, Gov. Mark Sanford vetoed a bill that would have required the state to collect DNA samples from people simply arrested for — but not convicted of — felonies and certain other crimes, and ...

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DNA contract reveals plan to probe offenders’ families

Now you see it, now you don’t: A proposed $300,000 contract between Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas and a British DNA lab provided for software that would help track down criminals by identifying their relatives. The method, called “familial ...

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DNA database details of children ‘should be deleted’

By Mark Hookham | Lancashire Police should delete the DNA records of around 4,000 youngsters held on a computer database, the Liberal Democrats have demanded. Delegates at the party’s Bournemouth conference overwhelmingly backed a motion to strip out the samples ...

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DNA Testing Expands to Lesser Crimes

By Dan Morse | While unusual, here is a crime as alleged by Montgomery County police that joins the list of things harder to get away with in the era of DNA evidence: Man walks into a Starbucks, says he wants ...

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Groups protest DNA collection law

By Laura Smitherman | The Legislative Black Caucus and civil rights activists criticized yesterday Gov. Martin O’Malley‘s plan for implementing a new program for collecting DNA samples from crime suspects, accusing the administration of turning its back on hard-fought compromises ...

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France marches online to protest ‘security’ database

Personal privacy is, of course, a major issue these days, particularly when it comes to authorities gathering data in schemes such as the UK’s proposed identity card program or France’s Edvidge electronic database. Edvidge, the French government’s new repository of ...

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Big brother, big bother?

Is the proposed Communications Data Bill a step too far for the British way of life? Timothy Pitt-Payne reports   By Timothy Pitt-Payne | On 15 July this year, the Information Commissioner, Richard Thomas, published his annual report. At the ...

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DNA databases shut after identities compromised

Nature | Several DNA databases run by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, the Wellcome Trust in London and the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, were closed to public access last week after researchers showed it ...

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40,000 innocent children on police DNA files

Yorkshire Post | The national DNA database contains the profiles of almost 40,000 innocent children, the Home Office has admitted. Junior Minister Meg Hillier said the profiles of an estimated 39,095 10 to 17-year-olds who “had not been convicted, cautioned, ...

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Why DNA databases are doomed

By Glyn Moody | I’ve been against DNA databases for years, but I’ve always felt that the generic arguments I’ve been using were a little pallid, shall we say. And now, in what amounts to almost a throwaway comment, the ...

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Police chief calls for universal DNA database

By Auslan Cramb | Stephen House, Chief Constable of Strathclyde, said that storing the genetic profiles of every man, woman and child would help catch more criminals. He also called for Scotland to adopt the English DNA system that allows ...

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Infosecurity adviser says there are greater intrusions to fear than the DNA database

Mike Barwise, from Infosecurity Adviser, the online forum run by the Infosecurity Europe team, has revealed he is less concerned about the privacy issues that the National DNA Database creates than other planned government files. “The media seems preoccupied at ...

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MP accuses Government of building DNA database by stealth

By Shahid Naqvi | A Tory MP whose Black Country uncle was murdered more than a year ago has accused the Government of creating a “DNA database by stealth” after police failed to return his genetic details taken during the ...

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DNA database ‘criminalises’ the innocent

By Andrea-Marie Vassou | The DNA profiles of people who have committed no crime should be removed from the national DNA database (NDNAD), a report has said. The Citizens’ Inquiry report, overseen by the Human Genetics Commission (HGC), also said ...

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Should we trust DNA?

SFGate | The role of DNA testing in the justice system has seemed unassailable – who can argue with the odds of two people sharing the same genetic markers being, in some cases, as low as 1 in 113 billion? ...

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Police chiefs against universal DNA database

The majority of police chiefs are against a universal DNA database for the people of Britain. At a meeting during the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) annual conference, 61 per cent of police chiefs voted against the idea of ...

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Government rejects calls for greater debate on data sharing

By Tom Young | The government has rejected a call from the Joint Human Rights Committee that any legislation that permits greater data sharing between Whitehall departments should be open to debate in parliament. The committee’s contention is that any ...

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The Surveillance Society report: DNA discussions

By Anthony Hildebrand | The report recognises the National DNA Database as a “valuable investigative tool, particularly in relation to police efforts to solve older cases” “But the sensitive nature of the information which may be yielded by DNA heightens ...

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Take innocent people’s DNA off database, says Welsh MP

IC Wales | INNOCENT people would have their DNA taken off the Government’s controversial database under plans put forward by a Welsh MP. Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central, will present a private Bill in the Commons ...

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Committee calls for database prudence

Kable’s Government Computing | The government should vow to collect only essential data on people and hold it only for as long as is necessary, the Home Affairs Select Committee has recommended. The committee says that decisions to create new ...

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European court threat to British DNA database

By Sean O’Neill | Murder, rape and child abuse investigations will be hampered if a European court rules that more than 500,000 DNA samples should be removed from Britain’s National DNA Database, a senior police chief has told The Times. ...

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Australian police use national DNA data to solve crimes

Police in Australia’s state of New South Wales have begun using a national D-N-A database to help investigate unsolved crimes. The database matches evidence collected at crime scenes with criminal profiles to track down offenders who may have moved interstate. ...

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Criminal DNA left unchecked for 13 months

PSCA | A report has found “significant shortcomings” in the Crown Prosecution’s Service’s (CPS) data handling. In January 2007 Dutch police sent a disc containing 2,159 DNA profiles from crime scenes so the UK police could analyse them. However, the ...

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Outrage in UK over staff blacklisting database

By Niall Byrne | Last week the announcement that several UK retailers were collaborating on compiling a database of employees dismissed over suspicion of theft or fraud caused furore amongst the public, trade unions and civil liberties groups. The database ...

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The Surveillance Society Does Not Work

By Mick Meaney – RINF | Costing in excess of billions of pounds each year, every single area of the British surveillance society has been proven ill effective when dealing with crime, fraud and terrorism – the very reasons government ...

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Government can’t be trusted with our personal information

By Margaret Smith | WE have seen only recently just how incompetent the Government is at keeping our personal information secure. Last year, HM Revenue and Customs lost computer discs containing the personal information of about 25 million people, including ...

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DNA database solves 1 in 800 crimes

A massive expansion in the Government’s DNA database has brought fewer than a thousand criminals to justice, it was revealed last night. For every 800 DNA samples being added by the police – including those taken from innocent people – ...

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Sex offender DNA files expanded

BBC | Police in Fife have become the first in Scotland to fully manage DNA samples from non-registered sex offenders. The force has started collecting swabs from people convicted before 1997 or who hold no record for sex crimes but ...

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National “DNA warehouse” bill passes

AAPS | Passing the House of Representatives on a voice vote, S. 1858 has been sent to President Bush for signature. The Newborn Genetic Screening bill was passed by the Senate last December. The bill violates the U.S. Constitution and ...

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Use of DNA results is expanding

By Don Thompson – Associated Press | SACRAMENTO – California Attorney General Jerry Brown said Thursday he is changing state policy to expand the use of DNA results, a shift he said could rekindle some cases where other leads have ...

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Police: DNA database ready as early as next year

By Elizabeth Roberts | Bermuda could have its own DNA database within a couple of years, to aid the Police in cracking more crimes. Radical reforms through the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) mean more DNA samples, fingerprints and ...

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Chertoff Says Fingerprints Aren’t ‘Personal Data’

  By Peter Swire | Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff has badly stumbled in discussing the Bush administration’s push to create stricter identity systems. Chertoff was recently in Canada discussing, among other topics, the so-called “Server in the Sky” program ...

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Proposal to create EU-wide “troublemakers” database

Statewatch |   To “prevent individuals or groups who are considered to pose a potential threat to the maintenance of public law and order and/or security from travelling to the location of the event” – and to put in place: ...

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DNA samples taken from polygamists’ kids

By Michelle Roberts | SAN ANGELO, Texas – Using cotton swabs and cameras, lab technicians began taking DNA samples Monday from hundreds of children and mothers — wearing long, pioneer-style dresses — in hopes of sorting out the tangled family ...

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Controversial council tax database

By Tomos Livingstone | A CONTROVERSIAL database that calculates council tax bands according to features like parking space and the view from the front room is to be used in Wales. The database is run by the Valuation Office Agency, ...

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U.S. to Expand Collection Of Crime Suspects’ DNA

By Ellen Nakashima and Spencer Hsu | Washington Post Staff Writers | The U.S. government will soon begin collecting DNA samples from all citizens arrested in connection with any federal crime and from many immigrants detained by federal authorities, adding ...

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5,000 children a month added to DNA database

Christopher Hope One in four people being added to the DNA database is a child, it emerged yesterday. The figure provides further evidence that the Government’s “Big Brother” national database is increasingly targeting young people before they are old enough ...

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Defense lawyers fight DNA sampling on the sly

By Amy Harmon The two Sacramento, California, sheriff detectives tailed their suspect, Rolando Gallego, at a distance. They did not have a court order to compel him to give a DNA sample, but their assignment was to get one anyway ...

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FBI looks at DNA technique

A DNA police technique used to hunt down a rapist is being lauded in the United States as an example of pioneering detective work. Avon and Somerset Police’s first success using familial DNA searches to crack unsolved cases could now ...

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UK: Mass genetic surveillance

Richard Taylor Britain’s police want to routinely put children as young as five on the National DNA Database (NDNAD), even when no crime has been committed. Gary Pugh, the DNA spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and ...

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House panel passes measure on collecting DNA

Despite last-minute objections from Baltimore State’s Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy, legislation to expand collection of DNA samples from suspects charged with violent crimes moved a step closer to final passage Friday, as a House committee made only minor changes to ...

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Don’t extend DNA database, says minister

The DNA database should probably not be extended and should certainly never become universal, Home Office Minister Tony McNulty has said, writes Matthew George. He also told the Commons Home Affairs Committee, which is inquiring into whether Britain has a ...

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One out of ten trust government data security

It’s probably no surprise, but the government’s horrendous record with data security has destroyed the public’s trust. Only one of every ten people trust the government to handle their personal data, according to new research released today. The DES survey ...

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Panel approves DNA bill testing for convicts

COLUMBIA – South Carolina would make DNA testing available for prisoners who claim they’re innocent under a bill heading to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The co-founder of the Innocence Project told senators today that the law could both exonerate wrongly ...

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DNA database will not be extended, says minister

MPs told that calls from senior police officers will not be answered. The government has no plans to extend the DNA database despite the wishes of senior figures within the police force to do so, home office minister Tony McNulty ...

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Police: Put young children on DNA list

Primary school children should be eligible for the DNA database if they exhibit behaviour indicating they may become criminals in later life, according to Britain’s most senior police forensics expert. Gary Pugh, director of forensic sciences at Scotland Yard and ...

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DNA bill expected to pass key committee

A bill that would expand the criminal DNA database to include suspects of every violent crime appeared likely to pass a key House committee late Friday, despite a request from black lawmakers to postpone discussion.Members of the House judiciary committee ...

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MoD requests ‘voluntary’ DNA samples

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is asking armed forces personnel to voluntarily submit DNA samples leading to fears that they are becoming part of a larger national DNA database. Under secretary of state for defence Derek Twigg told the Commons ...

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DNA register ‘labels children as criminals’

Campaigners condemn laws that have put 1.5 million juvenilies on a database Jamie Doward Nearly 1.5 million 10 to 18-year-olds will have been entered on the national DNA database by this time next year, sparking claims that Britain’s youths are ...

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Met Police chief calls for European DNA database

Sir Ian Blair says scheme would have obvious benefits for crimefighting Computing Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair has called for the UK’s controversial DNA database to be extended across Europe to help bridge the intelligence gap caused by the ...

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30,000 children’s DNA on police database

By Christine Sexton THE DNA profiles of more than 30,000 Essex children are being kept on a police database. Figures released in response to a Freedom of Information request also reveal that 12,345 of those young people are under 15. ...

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‘POLICE SHOULD TAKE DNA OF ALL BABIES’

BY SHAUN JEPSON A Former Derbyshire Deputy Chief Constable, who established the national DNA police database, believes genetic samples should be taken from everyone at birth. Don Dovaston, pictured, also said that immigrants should have their DNA recorded. He believes ...

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Why I am against biometric ID cards

Charles Arthur Only people who have been arrested are placed on the DNA database. Photograph: Press Association Can you support Britain’s current DNA database yet oppose plans for biometric ID cards? That’s the question I’ve been wrestling with this week. ...

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DNA database threatens civil rights in health care

Liberal Democrat MP Sarah Tether has secured a House of Commons debate on the impact of the proposed National DNA Database, which takes place today. It has been welcomed by human rights, mental health and church groups. The campaigning organisation ...

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A DNA recipe for injustice

Mixed results A national DNA database could well increase, not reduce, the number of wrongful convictions Allan Jamieson | The Guardian Three killers have been convicted this month of appalling crimes. Two were implicated through DNA profiling. The aftermath has ...

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Government wants personal details of every traveller

Phone numbers and credit card data to be collected under expanded EU plan   Airline passengers will be monitored at every stage of their journey under the proposals. Photograph: David Levene Ian Traynor Passengers travelling between EU countries or taking ...

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Insurance Fears Lead Many to Shun DNA Tests

By AMY HARMON Victoria Grove wanted to find out if she was destined to develop the form of emphysema that ran in her family, but she did not want to ask her doctor for the DNA test that would tell ...

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The DNA database that will turn us into a Police State

Daily Mail  We seem to be busily building the world’s first popular police state. Opinion polls show high levels of support for identity cards, surveillance cameras, detention without trial – and now a national DNA database covering every individual, including ...

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Who Should be on The DNA Register?

Iain Dale Balancing the responsibilities of the State against the rights of the individual is one ofthe most difficult things for politicians to get right. The tendency is to be all in favour of civil liberties while in opposition but ...

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Police face DNA ban

Sean O’Neill, David Brown and Richard Ford European judges could strip the profiles of more than half a million people from the national DNA database on privacy grounds — undermining its growing value to police as an investigative tool. As ...

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The Database State Will Have Your Child For Life

Alexandra Frean All 14-year-old children in England will have their personal details and exam results placed on an electronic database for life under a plan to be announced tomorrow. Colleges and prospective employers will be able to access students’ records ...

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DNA database swabs over 100,000

More than 100,000 people in Kent have been added to the DNA database in the last five years it has been revealed. According to figures released under the Freedom of Information Act, 103,830 samples were taken and more than a ...

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IPS leak suggests ID card fingerprint chop

Prints might just be needed for ‘special’ groups By John Lettice A key component of the UK ID card scheme, the central database of fingerprints, may be abandoned, according to a leaked Home Office document obtained by the Observer. The ...

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Real ID: From “No Fly” to “No Drive” Lists?

Kurt Nimmo Truth News ABC breaks the ice for us: in the future, and not too far into it, the process of getting and renewing a driver’s license will become more difficult, stressful, and fraught with all manner of unnecessary ...

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Let’s not spy for the FBI

Plans for the US to access UK citizen’s personal information via a shared international database are disturbing: we shouldn’t sign up to it Nick Clegg News that the US government is in the process of constructing an international “wanted” database ...

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World crime database proposed

Senior police officers are discussing plans to create an international criminal database that could hold biometric data, the Home Office confirmed. An FBI plan for a “Server in the Sky” – which might hold iris, palm prints and other personal ...

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No trust in keeping our data

A Record 37-million items of personal data went missing last year, new research by the Liberal Democrats reveals. Most of the data was lost by Government officials, but councils, NHS trusts, banks, insurance companies and chain stores also mislaid or ...

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FBI aims to amass huge database

FBI aims to amass huge database of people’s physical characteristics By Ellen Nakashima The FBI is embarking on a $1 billion effort to build the world’s largest computer database of people’s physical characteristics, a project that would give the government ...

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Civil Liberties – Safe or Sorry?

Ministers think good intentions are enough when it comes to civil liberties – but they’re wrong Jenni Russell A couple of weeks ago I was discussing the government’s plans to increase detention without trial with a former Labour minister. He ...

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Revenue chief: CD loss showed systemic failure

Will Woodward The Guardian A government mail van outside 10 Downing Street, with the words ‘trusted to deliver’ on the side. Photograph: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP   The loss of the child benefit CDs containing 25m names, as well as six other ...

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DNA database growth defended by police

More than a crime a day is being solved in Norfolk due to improvements in DNA sampling, according to police forensic experts. BEN KENDALL Almost 50,000 people in the county are held on the national DNA database, representing 6pc of ...

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Incompetence Shall Set Brits Free from Database Hell‏

The lesson of the Great Data Loss is not that the Brit government and the civil service are incompetent (although they are), but that in a market economy the government can’t hire competent IT people. That’s good for Brit freedom. ...

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Police must not store DNA details of the innocent – report

Alok Jha The Guardian The government must prevent police from storing the profiles of innocent people on the national DNA database, an influential group of experts has said. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics also recommended that ministers drop plans to ...

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Surveillance state? No, it’ll be worse than that

To deal with gross factual inaccuracies first: the government’s plans for ID cards do not include any provision for medical records and will not replace the driving licence, and a national database for DNA will not in any way aid ...

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Europe to rule on whether police can keep DNA of innocent people

By Robert Verkaik Police could lose the power to keep DNA samples taken from suspects who have been cleared of any wrongdoing, in a landmark case which is to be decided by the highest court in Europe. A ruling against ...

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Intelligence database worrying

R.G. Ratcliffe After a commercial airline pilot testified before a government agency against the construction of a nuclear power plant, the Department of Public Safety intelligence division investigated him as a potential terrorist who might fly his passenger-loaded airplane into ...

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Holes in the wall to see PINs in our eyes

Daily Mail Bank customers could soon enter their PIN codes at cash machines just by looking at the numbers in the right order. The system is designed to beat fraudsters looking over your shoulder to see which keys you press. ...

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There’s is still time to fight data sharing

Geraint Bevan NO2ID The Information Commissioner is right to be concerned about the proliferation of data sharing. Unfortunately, the idea that the risks can be mitigated if only people are aware of their rights is misplaced. The biggest danger is ...

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DNA swab brings us closer to a police state

The move to widen the UK genetic database is yet another example of a relentless desire to monitor every aspect of our everyday lives Henry Porter Sunday August 5, 2007 The Observer An elderly lady called a BBC Wales radio ...

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