Government criticised for five year delay in producing biometrics strategy

Tom Allen
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The police have been using biometrics without legal guidance

The government has drawn criticism after again delaying the publication of a report on its biometrics strategy. The Home Office first promised to draw up a strategy for biometric technologies, w...

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