Smaller databases best, even if they restrict police

The Tory security minister says the benefits of not having a centralised database outweigh its potential usefulness to police work

Smaller databases best, even if they restrict police The Tory security minister says the benefits of not having a centralised database outweigh its potential usefulness to police work

Discrete databases make it easier to set appropriate rules for access and storage, which is why the Conservative Party is against centralisation of data, shadow security minister Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones tells ZDNet UK.