Following the arrest and subsequent charges leveled against Alex Salmond we would like to invite him to take a lie detector test in Edinburgh.
Lie detector tests for domestic abusers who are considered to be ‘high risk’ may become compulsory when they are released from prison on licence. This, among many other proposals, was published by the government in a draft domestic abuse bill yesterday.
Implementing lie detector tests for legal aid claims would greatly improve the efficiency of the system. If utilised more often this would lead to significant savings freeing up funds for those who most need them.
You might imagine that polygraph technology is only used to find out whether someone is being truthful or dishonest. But when we look at how police use lie detector tests it is much more than that.
Proposed European Privacy Regulation (EPR) laws put forward by the EC (European Commission) will impair efforts to stop online child sex abuse according to child protection charities and tech firms.