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Privacy Battle Brews in England
23 January 2001

'Clean up your hard drive and mind your manners if you live in or are traveling to the United Kingdom. Police there may soon be able to copy and store the contents of computers, collect and warehouse samples of human DNA and fine people for misdemeanors without having to arrest them first.' link

Posted by SteveC at 03:44 PM Tue 23 Jan 2001 Categories: Privacy , Surveillance & Security , Wired News