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Chris Goddard

Data Protection Act?!

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Section 35(2) of said act. care to read it and tell me what it says?? LITTLE part of the stupid at times act that MAY surprise some?? Thats a google on section 35(2).



Chris Goddard

It is to be observed that 'angling' is the name given to fishing by people who can't fish.

If GOD had NOT meant us to go fishing, WHY did he give us arms then??

(If you can't help out someone in need then don't bother my old Dad always said! My grandma put it a LITTLE more, well different! It's like peeing yourself in a black pair of pants she said! It gives you a LOVELY warm feeling but no-one really notices!))

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Data can be disclosed to any "interested third party" ,the gov sell it ,the police ,insurance companies, anyone i expect ,interested merely means IMHO those with the money to buy it.

For every law theres more loopholes than laws i expect .

If the law was simple and transparent why the need for lawyers ?

Why cannot we see the bank accounts of those that rule us ,they can see ours quite easily and many hundreds of thousands of civil servants have the power at a whim to demand to nose into our personal lives but get upset when we try look at theirs ,even the freedom of information act can be ignored for very weak reasons if they wish

On the other hand we have little recourse to the law unless we have the money to pay for it yet ignorance of it is no excuse in law !

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