Armed police officers walk outside Borough Market after an attack left 6 people dead and dozens injured in London, Britain, June 4, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Innocent people, including human rights campaigners and a three-year-old girl, have been named on a blacklist of terrorists and criminals used by governments and major banks, it has been reported. 
Greenpeace and Human Rights Watch were among the two million supposed “high risk” organisations and individuals on the database, which is compiled by media giant Thomson Reuters.
The watchlist, which also includes people who have been charged and cleared of terror offences, was accidentally leaked on a public internet server in 2014 and discovered by a computer security researcher last year.
 It has reportedly been sold to almost every major bank and is designed to help them identify individuals and groups who may be involved in money laundering. 
Those named on the list could be at risk of being refused grants, contracts and financial services, according to The Times, which conducted the investigation in collaboration with media partners across Europe.
Privacy International legal officer Tomaso Falchetta told …
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