Sky News and The Independent "Under the Protection of Freedoms Bill, Police will have to delete the records of innocent people from the national DNA database and there will be tighter regulation of CCTV with communities given more say on how cameras are used in their area.There will, apparently, be measures to curb CCTV, plus new safeguards of the right to protests and restrictions on the libel laws. The notorious RIPA law that allows local councils to spy on residents suspected of lying about where they live will be struck out". Government seeks to end a"13-year assault on hard-won British freedoms", Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said. "Councils will be prevented from snooping in residents' lives, including by checking the contents of their rubbish and there will be a crackdown on rogue wheelclampers who will be banned from operating on private land". Does this reinstate freedom , restore balance between the State and the Public, and cull the private sector mafia? Or will this Bill be a measure some will regret?