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HUMAN RIGHTS THREAT OF CIVIL SERVANTS SECRETS EXCHANGE

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Government plans to give civil servants the power to exchange personal data on millions of individuals pose an unpr...
Government plans to give civil servants the power to exchange personal data on millions of individuals pose an unprecedented threat to privacy and breach the European convention on human rights, say lawyers and civil liberty groups in the Guardian (p11).

Some clauses of the social security administration (fraud) bill now going through parliament enable officials to engage in 'data matching' without the individuals concerned being consulted.
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