[LINK] The Serious Privacy-Invasiveness of Census 2006
kim at holburn.net
Sat Aug 5 18:13:15 EST 2006
On 2006 Aug 05, at 5:29 PM, Roger Clarke wrote:
> The 2006 Census is vastly more privacy-threatening than its
> For these reasons, I for one will probably not be providing data,
> or providing pseudo-data, or getting so drunk that I can't remember
> where I was and using that as an excuse for not handing in a form,
> or ... (I started assembling a list of options late last year, but
> can't remember them all).
> For others who may be considering such measures, below are the
> basics on the compulsoriness of filling in Census forms.
> Feel free to post this on to other individuals and lists, as
I remember one year the Wizard of New Zealand who didn't want to be
included in the census rowed a boat out to (well maybe) the edge of
of New Zealand territorial waters (which wasn't as far then as it is
now). You could always camp out in the mountains;-)
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