Monthly Archives: May 2015

Last chance to contact MSPs about Assisted Suicide Bill – debate tomorrow

From the Facebook page of my friend Anne, reproduced with her permission: My mother was riddled with cancer, according to the Coroner, when she planned her successful suicide in 1972 at the age of 54. She waited for her first … Continue reading

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Alison McInnes finds yet another Police Scotland civil liberties infringement

Police Scotland have been caught uploading custody shots of people who may not ever even be convicted or have even been charged to the national police database and then searching it using facial recognition technology. Over 600,000 photos of almost … Continue reading

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What I did for #IDAHOBiT2015

I know that some of you will know exactly what I’m talking about and others will be scratching their heads wondering. Today, 17th May, is what used to be called IDAHO Day, the International Day against homophobia. It’s now known … Continue reading

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