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Big Brother bin searches double in a single year as councils snoop through the rubbish of 30,000 families

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JASON GROVES
UK Daily Mail
October 17, 2011

Council snoopers went through the bins of more than 30,000 families last year.

The figure was double that of the previous year, despite a Coalition pledge to stamp out the intrusive practice.

It was revealed in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the Daily Mail.

We can reveal that inspectors are building up a disturbingly detailed profile of families’ lives by rifling through their rubbish in secret.

In some cases, they divide the contents into 13 main categories and 52 sub-categories of waste.

Councils claim it is so householders can be targeted for future recycling efforts such as leafleting campaigns. But campaigners fear this data could be passed to other departments such as health or social services.

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