Jan 252011
 
 January 25, 2011  Non-U.S., Surveillance, Youth & Schools

James Slack reports:

Town hall bosses are ­compiling secret ‘Big Brother’ databases on the appearance of school­children’s parents.

Education officials say they are keeping the sensitive information in case they ever want to identify a parent for legal action.

Forms are being given to staff asking them to comment on height, hair, and build, which involves assumptions on whether a parent should be considered overweight or untidy.

Read more in the Daily Mail.

H/T, @NO2ID.

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