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Retention of man's DNA, fingerprints and photo 'violation of privacy'

European Court of Human Rights says retention of biometric data by UK force is not proportionate.

Retention of man's DNA, fingerprints and photo 'violation of privacy'

Date - 13th February 2020
By - Gary Mason
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The European Court of Human Rights has overturned a UK Supreme Court ruling that police retention of a convicted drink driver’s DNA profile, fingerprints and photograph was ‘proportionate.’ Judges found that the retention of...
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