Thursday, November 06, 2008

Jacqui Smith's fingerprints are acquired by No2ID

The Register reports that the anti database state pressure group No2ID has "borrowed" a glass thought to have Jacqui Smith's fingerprints on it from a Social Market Foundation event where the home secretary was speaking.

Earlier this year the group offered a £1000 reward to anyone bringing them the dabs of Smith or Gordon Brown.

It seems that personal biosecurity is something our rulers will have to get used to if they are determined to inflict identity cards upon the rest of us. When Bill Clinton had a drink at a city centre pub during the G7 summit in Birmingham, his secret service goons took posses ion of the glass and then smashed it to prevent this sort of thing happening.

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