Civil rights fears over DNA file for everyone – The Guardian

Posted May 29th, 2007 in criminal records, DNA, news by sally

“Civil liberties groups are warning that the details of every Briton could soon be on the national DNA database, raising fresh concerns of a ‘surveillance society’. Controversial plans being studied by the government would see the DNA of people convicted of even the most minor, non-imprisonable offences, such as dropping litter, entered on the national database.”

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The Guardian, 27th May 2007