söndag 12 januari 2014

Polisstaten i Storbritannien tog fingeravtryck på en miljon barn - utan föräldrarnas tillåtelse

Över en miljon barn i Storbritannien har de senaste åren tvingats att lämna sina fingeravtryck till skolan (aka polisstaten) för identifiering vid olika aktiviteter. Ofta har förfarandet skett utan föräldrarnas samtycke. Detta är givetvis en bra träning för den blivande bugande undersåten, som luras att tro att detta är ett normalt sätt att leva...


UK schools fingerprinted over 800k kids, third without parents' consent

Publicerad den 12 jan 2014
Schools in the UK used biometric technology to gather the fingerprints of over 800,000 pupils between 2012 and 2013, a watchdog has found. 

In 31 percent of schools, children were roped into giving their fingerprints without parental consent.

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Polisstaten i Storbritannien tog fingeravtryck på en miljon barn - utan föräldrarnas tillåtelse

6 kommentarer:

  1. --British police illegally hijack websites worldwide and replace them with e-commerce shops at the request of large corporate sponsors.--

    January 12, 2014

    Source: Deepcor

    The Internet is free: a statement that five years ago would have been taken as true. It is true in the sense that anybody can place information upon it and anybody can access that information, freely without restriction. This is important as the advancements in technology help keep the people level with large corporations and governments, because after all knowledge is power. Recently however, more and more attempts have been made by governments working on behalf of large corporations to censor and limit who is able to provide information and content available on the Internet. There are numerous examples of this censorship, e.g. the obvious SOPA bill that was unsuccessfully pushed through the legal system of the USA, the legal issues regarding the well-known website “The Pirate Bay” (TPB) in Sweden, which one may add hosts no illegal content but merely acts as a search engine in much the same way as Google, and finally the well-known censorship of the TPB website in the United Kingdom.

    Whilst any censorship of information is inherently bad and wrong at least, the examples above have passed through court, and whilst it has been shown that money can buy a victory or ruling in court (TPB in Sweden and the UK), giving them the legal high ground, that cannot be said for the recent activities of the new British Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU). The PIPCU is a section of the City of London Police that works as an enforcement arm for various private organisations such as the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT). The way they operate, and arguably their existence, is both worrying and should set off warning bells in any Internet user’s head.[...]



  2. --Back in the USSR!--
    -License to kill? British spies to be authorized to break speed limit-

    RT January 13, 2014

    Pedestrian safety is set to take a back seat to national security as British intelligence officers will be provided a free pass to zoom through zebra crossings and ignore red lights, according to new motoring laws.

    Hollywood car-chase scenes, James Bond-style, may become a regular occurrence on the streets of Britain thanks to an overhaul of the national motoring law, which Transport minister, Robert Goodwill, is scheduled to announce on Monday.

    The new law will allow MI5 and MI6 agents to go through red lights and ignore road markings - much the same as police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical crews - in the name of “protecting national security”.

    Other agencies, including bomb disposal units, mountain rescue teams and vehicles used to transport organs for transplant are also set to be added to the list, AFP reported.

    British spooks will have legal clearance to break the speed limit in the course of surveillance and clandestine operations, once they have completed a training course in high-speed driving. The priority of protecting national security now outweighs any potential risk to the public in the form of high-speed car chases through neighborhoods. [...]


  3. -UK police threaten Guardian editor with terrorism charges over Snowden leaks-

    RT December 04, 2013

    British police have launched an investigation into whether the Guardian committed “potential” terrorism offenses by publishing the incriminating NSA and GCHQ documents leaked earlier this year by Edward Snowden.

    Alan Rusbridger, editor of the British paper, was testifying in front of a British parliamentary committee Tuesday when lawmakers suggested that the Guardian had helped terrorists by revealing the clandestine activity conducted by the American and British intelligence agencies.

    Scotland Yard assistant commissioner Cressida Dick told the MPs Tuesday that is appears “possible that some people may have committed offenses” in connection with the material seized from David Miranda’s laptop earlier this year. Miranda, journalist Glenn Greenwald’s partner, was detained for hours at London’s Heathrow Airport and authorities confiscated his computer, cell phone, and other devices, some of which allegedly held material related to Snowden’s disclosures.

    UK officials claim that Snowden’s trove of data included information about British spies and that the information’s publication puts lives in direct danger. Rusbridger said his paper would not publish any such information and that Guardian editors have not even looked at some of the information Snowden provided regarding the Iraq war.

    Lawmakers also threatened Rusbridger by implying Guardian staff had violated Section 58A of the Terrorism Act, which stipulates that it is against the law to publish or even transmit any information regarding members of the armed forces or intelligence employees.

    “It isn’t only about what you’ve published, it’s about what you’ve communicated,” committee member Michael Ellis said. “That is what amounts, or can amount, to a criminal offense.” [...]


  4. --EU inquiry draft finds NSA, GCHQ activities ‘illegal’ – report--

    RT January 09, 2014

    An EU parliamentary inquiry condemns “unprecedented” and “indiscriminate” mass data gathering by US and British agencies, calling for the practice to stop and questioning its legality, according to a draft committee report obtained by the Guardian.

    The 51-page draft report prepared by the European parliament’s civil liberties committee’s rapporteur, British MEP Claude Moraes, has in the “strongest possible terms” condemned mass surveillance activities of the US National Security Agency (NSA) and its British counterpart, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).

    The document is still being discussed and has not been voted on yet. However, the draft clearly calls on the US, the UK and European governments to halt the collection of data that the intelligence agencies gather on “an unprecedented scale and in an indiscriminate and non-suspicion-based manner,” and to safeguard their citizens against mass surveillance by the letter of law.

    The report calls on US authorities and EU states to “prohibit blanket mass surveillance activities and bulk processing of personal data,” saying it is “very doubtful” that the collection of information on the perceived is only guided by the fight against terrorism. The inquiry further questions the “legality, necessity and proportionality” of the programs. [...]


  5. --UK govt accused of indirectly arming Somali pirates--

    RT January 06, 2014

    A report on the UK’s weapons exports has triggered accusations that Britain may be arming Somali pirates and dictatorial regimes. MPs allege this is due to the sheer volume of guns being exported and poor oversight.

    An urgent review has been launched over why some 44,000 guns were exported to East Africa in just 15 months. Government data shows that among the weapons were 30,000 assault rifles, 2,536 pistols and 11,000 rifles which ended up in countries with poor human rights records like Somalia, Egypt and Sri Lanka. Some of the weapons were also exported to Russia and South Africa.

    The report, which was part of a wide-ranging inquiry into arms exports, noted the MPs want to know why UK firms would need such a large stash of new weapons, given that they already had thousands of weapons in their armory before April 2012.

    MPs alleged that the sheer volume of weapons being exported meant that it was difficult to keep tabs on where they end up, prompting speculation the UK could be arming pirates in Somalia.

    House of Commons Arms Export Controls Committee said that the Business Department, which approved the weapons export, did not thoroughly assess where the weapons were going. MPs also raised doubts as to whether Britain’s export policy has got the “balance right between the arms trade, surveillance equipment and our economic interests.” [...]


  6. --Met Police Report: Corrupt Freemasons run the UK legal system--

    January 13, 2014

    Source: London Independent
    Secret networks of Freemasons have been used by organised crime gangs to corrupt the criminal justice system, according to a bombshell Metropolitan Police report leaked to The Independent.

    Operation Tiberius, written in 2002, found underworld syndicates used their contacts in the controversial brotherhood to “recruit corrupted officers” inside Scotland Yard, and concluded it was one of “the most difficult aspects of organised crime corruption to proof against”.

    The report – marked “Secret” – found serving officers in East Ham east London who were members of the Freemasons attempted to find out which detectives were suspected of links to organised crime from other police sources who were also members of the society.

    Famous for its secret handshakes, Freemasonry has long been suspected of having members who work in the criminal justice system – notably the judiciary and the police.

    Full article here:




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