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Links of the day Tuesday 28th June 2011
Please note these are articles and opinions we found interesting, however they do not necessarily represent the views of Big Brother Watch
Is this the end of anonymity?
Advertisers 'track almost 100 per cent' of web users
Home Office will not back down on DNA database
Freedoms Bill: Gov may U-turn on personal data and DNA retention
Accused autistic hacker Ryan Cleary freed on bail
28 Jun 2011 18:24:11
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Ban these referral fees which are costing millions of people thousands of pounds on inflated insurance premiums: An article by Frank Manning
Big Brother Watch has previously brought up the topic of insurance companies selling on referral data to no-win no-fee claim firms, which has now received widespread attention after being picked up by the media following an interview on the Today programme by Jack Straw. I personally received a text message a few weeks ago inviting me to claim “up to £3,450” after my “recent accident”. This was news to me, considering I hadn’t been in an accident and my car was parked on the driveway undamaged. The logic of referring the contact details of people who have been in a...
Database aims to track everyone in the UK
At Big Brother Watch, we have long warned about the insidious growth of the database state; a trend which threatens privacy and opens up millions of people to the potential of their data being lost or stolen. In the long run, we hope that our highlighting of concerns surrounding this topic will lead to more private and public sector operations adopting "privacy by design" into their interactions with members of the public so that people are better able to keep track of what information is held on them and why. Sadly this belief in privacy is not held by the...
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Blue, the point is not a minority is committing...
Police databases: how over 900 staff abuse their access
Mauris ut dui vel plures us.there questio de vi...
The Government must not back down on its promise to regulate CCTV
North Face Clearance:
pressure (PEEP). In general, high levels of PEE...
Daniel Hamilton and Alex Deane: Control orders are an affront to justice
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