SHOULD EVERYONE IN THE UK BE ADDED TO THE NATIONAL DNA DATABASE?
- Claire Wilson thinks that the question is whether there should be a(n) ________________ DNA database.
- Some people think that DNA databases constitute a very serious encroachment on our ________________.
- The people who are currently on the DNA database are people who have been…
- ________________ of a crime,
- ________________ for a crime,
- found ________________ in a court.
- In the eyes of the law, you are innocent until ________________.
- If we had a general database, we would be in it from ________________, or from the moment we ________________ the country.
- This would solve the ________________ aspect and the stigmatization problem.
- Less than ________________ of the crimes committed in the UK have been solved using DNA analysis.
- Putting the whole population on the DNA database would be ________________.
- The percentage of crimes solved using DNA ________________ last year.
- UK’s DNA database covers ________________ people, that is, ________________ per cent of the UK population.
- Another problem which could arise would be ________________.
- This information is valuable to ________________ companies and ________________.
 Encroachment: intrusion on the property or rights of another, esp. gradually or secretly.
- CIVIL LIBERTIES
- CONVICTED – ARRESTED – NOT GUILTY
- PROVEN GUILTY
- BIRTH – ENTER
- (MASSIVELY) EXPENSIVE
- WENT DOWN / DECREASED
- FIVE MILLION – 7.5
- DATA SECURITY / MASSIVE DATA BLUNDERS
- INSURANCE – EMPLOYERS