90 facts travellers must tell officials

November 15, 2007

Day 4 in the Big Brother House

The Daily Telegraph commented today amongst other papers how the Government is set to obtain 90 facts about any one who flies on International travel. The Daily Mail got the number down to 53 items, from the expected name, DOB and passport information to the not so expected credit card details and reg. number of vehicles. “The information will be stored for as long as the authorities believe it is useful, allowing them to build a complete picture of where a person has been over their lifetime, how they paid and the contact numbers of who they stayed with…”

The plans were unveiled as part of a £650 million contract was signed by ministers yesterday to introduce electronic checks on passengers.

The information will be stored for as long as the authorities believe it is useful, allowing them to build a complete picture of where a person has been over their lifetime, how they paid and the contact numbers of who they stayed with. Mr. T

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