Big Brother Goes to Kindergarten: BC Government Violating Parental and Privacy Rights in "Sperm To Worm" Kindergarten Data Collection (broken link)

Big Brother Goes to Kindergarten: BC Government Collecting “Sperm to Worm” Data on all BC Children

For background, please see the Kids First article below
May 6, 2009. Helen Ward. Kids First Parent Association of Canada – article (PDF): “Big Brother Goes to Kindergarten

The stated goal:

to collect “person-specific data” “for all BC children” (see http://www.earlylearning.ubc.ca/CYDTRU/developmental_research.htm (broken link)) from “pre-conception to young adulthood” linking all personal medical, mental health, pharmaceutical, hospital, birth, death, and census data (see http://www.earlylearning.ubc.ca/documents/HELP_Crosswalk_Update_07-26-04.doc (broken link))

The researchers want PERSONAL TAX DATA linked to this kind of work they tell Statistics Canada (see http://www.statcan.ca/english/research/11F0019MIE/11F0019MIE2006284.pdf (broken link)e)

November 7, 2008. Helen Ward. Kids First Parent Association of Canada – research and commentary (PDF): “The World Bank Partnering with the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP): HELP-ing Build Big Brother’s Village

1 – About the World Bank

2 – HELP’s close ties to the World Bank

3 – HELP’s World Bank Agendas for Parents and Children

“Letter to BC Kindergarten Parents Feb 2009: vague about extent of data collection, offers ‘negative opt out’ of EDI only” (see below and a similar document from 2006)