From Russia, with gross disregard for privacy:
A federal ministry questionnaire is asking the mothers of Russian schoolchildren if they have had abortions. This and other personal questions have sparked outrage among parents and the general public.
Scandal has been growing around controversial questionnaire, entitled “Passport of a Pupil’s Health”, which the Russian Education and Science Ministry is planning to introduce in 2012.
The 43-page long document also requested details on the family’s income, details of their living conditions and other personal information.
Special sections ask to evaluate the child’s character, including such traits as aggressiveness, tendency to hysterics, and level of conformity, to name just a few.
Read more on RT.
Via Privacy Lives.