UK DNA Database Ethics Group Releases Annual Report

Posted: September 25, 2009 in database, DNA, IDs, surveillance state, U.K. identity, UK

c/o No2Id

The 2nd Annual Report of the National DNA Database Ethics Group has been released. The report criticizes the government’s response to the European Court of Human Rights ruling that keeping the DNA of people arrested but not charged was unlawful.

:::READ THE REPORT:::

OTHER UK REPORTS

Nearly 2,000 people have had personal information about themselves lost by the Ministry of Justice over the past year, in a series of incidents listed in the department’s accounts, published last week.


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