Nanny Knows Best

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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Nanny's Database

Big Brother

Nanny cannot resist building databases, and hates to remove data from these databases once she has uploaded it.

Therefore it should come as no surprise to learn that Nanny has reneged on a promise to remove the DNA profiles of people arrested but not charged by the police with a crime, ie one million innocent people, from the police DNA database.

Police will retain the DNA profiles in anonymised form, leaving open the possibility of connecting them up with people's names, ministers have admitted.

Currently, in England and Wales, the DNA profiles of everyone arrested for a recordable offence are retained by the police, regardless of whether they were charged or convicted.

The police national DNA database holds over five million profiles, including one million people with no criminal conviction.

Given that our police seem happy to sell personal details and to leak like the Titanic to the press, this is not exactly a very "welcome" development!

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1 comment:

  1. You're right Ken, Nanny does hate to remove data once she's collected it.....She never knows when it might come in handy....I suspect the EUSSR love Nanny to collect this data; even the recent census was shared with the EUSSR.
    As I've said before; these databases are the modern version of the old Soviet state's little red book.....Information is power.
    These DNA databases encourage lazy policing in my opinion.....Just like CCTV, DNA databases cannot prevent crime, only record crime that has already happened.
    Instead of spending millions of pounds on these databases, Nanny should put real old fashioned police officers back on the beat; those that have a more friendly uniform and manner. I don't want more PCSO/tax collectors on the streets. I want proper police officers in the old fashioned sense; not thugs in uniform.

    Nanny seems to be always looking for ways to raise money, or should I say steal it from us.....We have to register ourselves and vehicles with the DVLA if we want to drive, we have no choice; why should Nanny then be able to sell this data? It is wrong at so many levels.