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The other dangerous aspect of the UK ruling in S and Marper is that collection and retention of sensitive personal information increases risk to the individual, through abuse, poor governance, inadvertent exposure and so on. It's regrettable that the judgement encourages a belief that mere collection and retention are neutral in terms of ethics and risk. They are far from it.

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