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New children's database will list potential criminals
24 August 2003

'Tony Blair is to announce plans to put up to half a million children deemed at risk of becoming criminals or getting into other trouble on a new computer register. Teachers, family doctors and other professionals working with youngsters will be asked to name potential troublemakers whose personal details will then be placed on the database.' link

Posted by SteveC at 12:27 PM Sun 24 Aug 2003 Categories: Human Rights , Privacy , The Telegraph