Friday, June 09, 2006

Information commissioner rules

"Nothing to hide, nothing to fear" - and yet the government has been leery of releasing information about the ID card scheme into the public domain. As reported in the Guardian and the Beeb the government now has 30 days in which to come up with an appeal as to why this information can't be released to the public domain, or to release it. Expect and indigestible set of figures on the morning after England are knocked out of (oh alright then, or win...) the world cup.

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