OSNN Veteran Addict
- 8 Apr 2003
The USA doesn't need my data. The USA should not have access to UK databases while mis-using its existing resources.
Except for denying Amy Winehouse a passport, how is this really pertinent to us? This is rather perplexing, because would'nt police organizations cooperate anyway? Bugger off, indeed.
Although each participating country would manage and secure its own data, the sharing of personal data between countries is becoming an increasingly controversial area of police practice. There is political concern at Westminster about the public transparency of such cooperation.
And that is where data can be lost, what if some one at the fbi has a copy of your info on a laptop and that laptop is stolen, what if its not encrypted
as should you, as i posted about the UKs **** ups a few posts back, and just because you dont hear of the same in the states doesnt mean it does not happen
explain how the pentagon got hacked (which was done by a UK man ), no system is 100% secure