Tuesday, May 23, 2006

DNA Database

Grant Shapps MP is continuing his battle against the retention of innocent children’s DNA samples by the police. His most recent report indicates that the DNA of 50,000 children is held on the police computer, and that 600 new samples are added each week.

We’ve just learned that the Home Office disputes this figure – but doesn’t know what the figures actually are.


At Thu May 25, 04:39:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw you first post and been away for some weeks, good to see the blog filling up with 'frightening' info on how 'Big Brother' is gathering data. It won't be long before before all 'new borns' have chips implanted or bar-codes tattooed on them.

BBC article only scratches at the subject. I've sent some emails to a few contacts that should read your blog entries and comment on them. Keep the entries coming.


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