Identity, Privacy and Trust:

November, 2009


November 27, 2009  8:17 AM

Feed me Alan, make me strong!

tobystevens tobystevens Profile: tobystevens
crime, identity, politics, privacy, technologies

It had to happen sooner or later - the police have been accused of arresting people solely for the purposes of adding further 'suspects' to the National DNA Database. It's time to revisit why the current approach...

November 26, 2009  6:59 PM

More on “The Identity Commissioner speaks – and drops the Home Office in it”

tobystevens tobystevens Profile: tobystevens
identity cards

I wrote on the topic of the appointment of the new Identity Commissioner, and since then a comment has literally flooded in. I'm indebted to a spokesman for the Home Office, who...


November 26, 2009  9:03 AM

RIPA tears up the right to remain silent

tobystevens tobystevens Profile: tobystevens
crime, Data protection, Security, technologies

Chris Williams of the Register has written an excellent analysis of the recent jailing of a schizophrenic man for refusal to release...


November 24, 2009  1:10 PM

The Identity Commissioner speaks – and drops the Home Office in it

tobystevens tobystevens Profile: tobystevens
identity cards

Newly-appointed Identity Commissioner Sir Joseph Pilling has addressed the Home Affairs Committee in his first public appearance since taking up the post. What he had to say was interesting, and I doubt that the Identity &...


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