On July 8, 2006, we told you that under a new agreement between governments, Bajan citizen information would be given to foreign CARICOM police forces, and that the information sharing process had no rules and no oversight. See BFP’s Caricom – Barbados Citizens’ Personal Information To Be Given To Foreign Police – Sharing Process Has No Rules, No Oversight.
Citizen Information To Be Shared With Foreign Police and Military
Looks like we were wrong – it is not only the police who will be given the information, but also the military from ten CARICOM countries, plus the United States, Britain and Canada.
And, oh yeah…
All this sharing of Barbados citizens’ personal information will be done with no rules, and no oversight.
Just thought you might like to know.
Read all about it in The Jamaica Observer’s article Things You Need To Know – Security And Freedom for CWC 2007