How the SNP plans to secretly introduce ID cards

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Plans for ID cards: opposed in 2006, supported in 2015

For weeks now a row has been rumbling in Scotland about plans to introduce ID cards by the back door. Is it true? And if so, how is the SNP getting away with it? Continue reading “How the SNP plans to secretly introduce ID cards”

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ID database will be a high-risk target for hackers, warn Government’s own advisers

THE SNP are pushing ahead with plans to open up NHS files to other public services despite widespread criticism.

PLANS for an ID database have been undermined after the Government’s own advisers said personal information would be at “high risk” from hackers. Continue reading “ID database will be a high-risk target for hackers, warn Government’s own advisers”

SNP’s ‘sinister’ plan to track children

And MORE State control of our kids. The SNP are taking control of EVERY part of EVERYONE’s lives. Vote them out.

SCHOOLCHILDREN could be tracked as part of “sinister” new database proposals, the Scottish Daily Express can reveal.

A Scottish Government report envisages pupils being swiped in and out of each lesson with their attendance logged and monitored. Continue reading “SNP’s ‘sinister’ plan to track children”

NHS: Campaigners attack plans to share patients’ personal data with taxman

ID Cards coming your way on the quiet.

SCOTTISH ministers are considering opening up an electronic database 
of people registered with a GP to 
120 public bodies, including HM Revenue and Customs

PLANS to share NHS patients’ data with the taxman have been condemned by the 
country’s biggest civil liberties campaigners. Continue reading “NHS: Campaigners attack plans to share patients’ personal data with taxman”

Scottish plans for central identity database spark privacy criticism

The resurrection of ID cards coming your way.

Campaigners alarmed after ministers quietly publish plans they say echo doomed ID card scheme

Privacy and civil rights campaigners have urged the Scottish government to drop plans for a new identity database which could allow public bodies, including tax authorities, to share every adult’s private data. Continue reading “Scottish plans for central identity database spark privacy criticism”