November 11, 2009 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Tom Whitehead reports that the government will announce a revised plan that would still keep innocent people’s DNA on file for six years.
… the revised plans mean no change for the majority of adults, even if only arrested for a minor offence, with their profiles still kept for up to six years.
But those who are suspected but not convicted of serious sex or violent offences will now be kept for six instead on 12 years.
Read more in the Telegraph.
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