Biometrics are not covered by Data Protection Act. Your information can be freely traded.

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Ian Crane was asked to enter his gym by giving biometric information – giving his thumb print.  He couldn’t believe the price of the gym – a mere £9.99 a month at Exercie4less.  They make money by selling on the biometric information they are collecting to others, says Ian Crane.

Children are being fingerprinted at school without parental consent.  Pippa King says there are no rules, no discussion and biometrics are being traded between corporations.  It’s the ultimate power device, possibly of great commercial value.

Police forces can use biometrics data to identify people on the street, and select who they wish to detain, identifying political activists and human rights campaigners, and putting them through a legal or other form of hell.




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