"perfect, little Timmy - no flags at all"
I feel duty bound to remind people that it is claimed that access will be restricted so only people in your local area (not sure if this is education authority or council or PCT area) will have access to your kids details. Presumably the thinking being that this will limit the damage, or maybe they hope it'll improve your chances of recognising them again if something did happen.
I still cannot seem to find any actual figures for the prevalence in the population are. Would it be lower in this group should be due to more screening? Or would be it be higher due to the benefits of being able to combine their hobby with their work?
"Operation Ore" found about 1500 UK credit card numbers on the site they busted. That makes 0.0025% of the current population. On the official 390k users figure that give 9-10 members of the KDF fan club.
But the handling around Ore by UK police is in doubt. In the US the CC details were checked against sites to confirm a) the site was real b) the CC owners had not reported fraud on their statements. Turns out quite a few had been dummied up to give something fraudsters could charge against directly. Turning stolen card details into cash instantly. The FBI checked before moving in. UK Police appear to have been less through.
So 9-10 of them working somewhere in the system. Or less. Or more. Of course if one of them is working in the Cap Gemini (IIRC their the contractor on this) office as a DB admin...
Mines the one with a copy of War Games in the pocket. As in several other databases, the only *truly* secure move is not to set it up in the first place.