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Re: EU Data Protection

On Fri, 11 Aug 1995, Timothy C. May wrote:

> Think about it: the name "data privacy" sounds good, at first blush, but
> what it really means is that my records are not private, that my records
> are inspectable by government agents to see if I have stored any illegal
> facts or correlations.

In addition to registering records and making all records "public 
records" in some sense, data potection acts also require the registration 
of *computers.*


"Register commies not computers."