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Offline Lynda

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Two Adver. letters today
« on: February 09, 2007, 12:48:21 pm »
One... which has appeared previously

Missed opportunity for MP to show her true identity

I HEAR that local politicians of all colours will be taking to the stage of the Pilgrim Centre on February 13 for a public discussion on the merits or otherwise of the Government's plans to enter all citizens into a central identity database.

Furthermore, I understand that the panel will be joined by an expert on enterprise-scale database systems, so it will be interesting to hear what she thinks of the scheme.

The other here

Register not child-safe

G Dunningham is right to highlight the vulnerability of children's details to paedophile attack.

The Government proposes to house the personal details of all children under 16 in one mega-database, the Children's Register.

Every child in Britain will be exposed as a result of this ever-increasing database mania.

That's every child of ours. If you are a celebrity, your child's details will not appear on this database, one presumes because the Government does not, in fact, believe the database is safe.

This is not a case of whose identity is more important or who's got something to hide. It is a case of questioning why another party, wholly unconnected with oneself, has the right to take personal details without permission and transfer them into a system that is likely to be hacked.

NO2ID and the database state believe the person who should control their details is the person himself.

Lynda  NO2ID 07802 151464  Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.


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