Friday, November 23, 2007

Visions of Universal Health Care

Alistair Darling fights for job after data loss - Telegraph
Two compact discs containing bank details and addresses of 9.5 million parents and the names, dates of birth and National Insurance numbers of all 15.5 million children in the country went missing after a junior employee of HM Revenue and Customs sent them in the mail, unrecorded and unregistered.

Another angle on the British government's data fiasco |
As the late Ronald Reagan used to say, a state that is powerful enough to give the public everything it wants is powerful enough to take it from them too.

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