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Re: [News] Abuse of Power of Law in the UK (and Some Hope)

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____/ 7 on Sunday 22 Nov 2009 23:37 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> Manchester area post codes where the foolish can apply for an ID Card
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | They have also broadened the potential
>> | catchment area, by including not just
>> | permanent residents, but anyone who works at
>> | premises within the designated Post Codes as
>> | well.
> There is some movement afoot to delete all personal
> data after 7 years from ALL databases because its
> wrong and against human rights for ANYONE to keep
> ANY personal information in any government/commercial/private
> system because it encourages human rights abuses.
> Deletion excludes criminals that have long term problems, and hospital
> records where they are necessary for medical purposes only.
> Any long term data should be available on demand
> for correction purposes or for the person to add
> in comments that defend their position.
> The 'system' needs to forget you and your data so that
> you can be free of EVERY indiscretion that others have marked
> you down for and put into a database. Thats an inherent human right
> that in general brings benefits to all.

Id the data is captured in the first place, then it tends to leak when the Wintendo box
gets cracked.

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