Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Defending the indefensible

Plods say it's OK for them give out your DNA | The Register
The National Police Improvement Agency has defended allowing companies access to the national DNA database.

Sure it's okay. Keep in mind that a lot of police volunteered their DNA for the database to show confidence in it.
It also said that the police, many of whose officers have added themselves to the database voluntarily, rejected a request for their DNA samples to be used in a research project.

Your secrets are safe with us. Just not as safe as our secrets.
Your rights: as inalienable as a sugar sculpture in a typhoon.

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