Nov 122012
 
 November 12, 2012  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Steve Nolan reports:

A huge ‘Big Brother’ style database containing details of around eight million schoolchildren is being compiled without the knowledge of their parents.

IT systems specialists are creating the database – including such information as a child’s age, sex, and academic records – which can be shared among officials from other agencies such as the police, NHS and charities.

Teachers are uploading information on pupils as often as six times a day to the database, created by Capita, one of the UK’s largest contractors to both central and local government.

Read more on The Daily Mail.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

  One Response to “UK: Personal details of eight million children are on secret database without their parents’ knowledge”

  1. Lie-bour’s ContactPoint rears its ugly head, against the Tor-lie’s manifesto pledge, nothing new there then, and clegg justs sits there and lets it happen!

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