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JAMES SLACK
UK Daily Mail
Feb 9, 2011

Police will be banned from routinely storing the DNA of innocent people in a significant scaling back of state powers.

There will also be a dramatic curtailment of the 1,200 powers that currently allow authorities to enter an individual’s home.

The measures will join the crackdown on wheel-clampers in Friday’s Protection of Freedoms Bill – along with tighter regulation of CCTV cameras and council snooping.

Under controversial laws introduced by Labour, police can indefinitely store the DNA of anybody arrested for a crime – regardless of whether they are ever charged.

As a result, there are an astonishing 1.1million innocent citizens stored on the vast ‘Big Brother-style’ database.

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