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 World’s Most Intrusive Database To Go Live In December

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PostSubject: World’s Most Intrusive Database To Go Live In December   Sat 08 Jun 2013, 21:30


World’s Most Intrusive Database To Go Live In December







Mick Meaney
Activist Post

Scotland plans to introduce a new highly intrusive database that will
record every citizen’s personal details from “cradle to grave”, it
emerged this week.

The Data Sharing and Linking Service (DSLS), the world’s most intrusive
database, is scheduled to go live in December and will begin logging and
monitoring the name, dates of birth, genders and postcodes for everyone
in Scotland, including health records, maternity details, mental
health, cancer, GP and even dental notes.

Education, childhood and parenting profiles will also be stored.

Social care, housing and justice statistics, as well
as information from the 2011 Scottish Census – which includes financial
and salary details, religious and sexual orientation, relationships and
family life, will also be held in the database.

There is also the suggestion that the system will contain DNA records.

Ministers have lashed out at the plan saying it will turn millions of
Scots into human guinea pigs at the expense of civil liberties.

Nick Pickles, director of campaign group Big Brother Watch, called the
system “an identity card system without the piece of plastic”.


He added:
<blockquote class="tr_bq">This is an unprecedented effort to open up our
personal information to huge numbers of people across the public sector
by joining up lots of separate databases to the point they might as
well be one enormous database. </blockquote><blockquote class="tr_bq">We
may live in tough times, but that’s no justification to sell-out the
privacy of Scots for a short term gain or in the hope that companies are
going to pay for the chance to use the country as a massive research
lab. Sadly many parts of the public sector have a dubious record when it
comes to protecting this kind of information and I’m afraid it is going
to lead to some harrowing intrusions on people’s privacy.”</blockquote>Mairi
Clare Rodgers, director of media relations for Liberty, added: “Plans
to access highly personal details via a large, unwieldy centralised
database raise major concerns – these proposals fail to even mention
‘consent’ and without proper safeguards there’s a real risk data will be
lost or misused.”

A Scottish Government spokeswoman said:
<blockquote class="tr_bq">The Data Sharing and Linkage Service will help
by providing researchers with secure access to anonymous data. This
government is committed to improving Scotland’s public services. </blockquote><blockquote class="tr_bq">Over
the past few years we have been working together with our partners to
use data that already exists in a way that is efficient, safe and secure
and is fully respectful of people’s privacy.

source:-
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/worlds-most-intrusive-database-to-go.html
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