OFF THE RECORD ORDERS OF U.K. TO PRY ON SEXUAL LIFE OF BRITISH CITIZENS & THAT TOO BY THEIR OWN GOVE
BRITISH GOVERNMENT PRIES UPON SEXUAL LIFE OF ITS CITIZENS
Continuing the “Big Brother” policy, the British Government has planned to look into personal and intimate ( sexual life) relationships of its citizens and other common people working or living there by appointing inspectors. Biometric identity cards, surveillance cams everywhere and national DNA database are already in place and still developing, but now along with this, British Govt. is preparing a questionnaire asking about sexual relations, what measures they adopt to prevent pregnancy, etc. Inspectors will collect sexual life information of more than half a million people every year. The questionnaire will include questions about sexual relations and income sources.
According to Daily Mail, Inspectors will also try to find about relations before marriage, how much time they stayed together with someone before marriage irrespective of the fact whether they had any child or not from that relationship. They will also ask how much time they spent with their present husband before marriage.
This questionnaire by National Statistics comprises of about 2000 questions. Resentment and unrest has already begun among the masses. According to people it is direct violation of the right to individual privacy which is of utmost importance to everyone; particularly when such type of information (names, addresses, details of intimate relations, etc.)is public accessible. The details about infants, children and kids will also be recorded. The reason given by the Govt. is that Govt. should have every information of its citizens. People are questioning about the motive of all this non-sense(as they call it).
People say these could be used a tool of blackmailing someone by those having access to all this database. Apart from sex life questions will be also asked about tobacco, alcohol consumption and other habits and hobbies. A Govt. spokesman has now clarified that all data will be stored at Statistics Department Computers at Newport, South Wales Headquarters. They will remain in safe hands and no public access will be allowed except in exceptional circumstances and that too by the Government.
-DR.NAVRAJ SINGH SANDHU , P.A.H.S.1
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