Friday, October 14, 2011
Pussycat Doll's DNA Database
I see that our pussycat loving Home Secretary, Theresa May, is in disagreement with the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) over DNA stored by the police.
Pussycat May wants the police to be able to store indefinitely the DNA of adults convicted/cautioned, whilst those charged but later cleared (ie "not guilty" in the eyes of the law) would have their DNA stored for up to five years. Plus, in the event of a "perceived" threat to national security, DNA could also be stored by the police.
JCHR are of the view that this would create “a significant risk of incompatibility with the right to a private life’’. It would also create a broad catch-all discretion for police to authorise the retention of material indefinitely for reasons of national security.
Given that Pussycat May hates the Human Rights Act, I assume that she will ignore the committee's opinion.
Databases, when mismanaged by the state, are dangerous beasts.
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