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« The data protection arguments surrounding the DNA database are clarified | Main | Information Commissioner wrong to blame Parliament and the Courts »

14/09/2009

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See here for a discussion of the results of an FOI request from The Register concerning the linkage between CRB checks and ID cards

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/08/27/crb_id/

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Proposals to use ID cards are being quietly developed alongside official "research" into how to incorporate fingerprint data into employment background checks, which was alluded to in the Criminal Records Bureau's most recent business plan.

"This research is still in the early stages of feasibility and several options are being considered as part of this work, including options for the use of ID card data and fingerprints," a CRB spokeswoman said.

"We really are in the very early stages of looking at the possibility of introducing biometrics into the Disclosure service. It would therefore be inappropriate to comment or speculate on any detail as yet."

She declined to discuss the mechanisms for gathering fingerprint and ID card data, or how they would be used."

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