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Lobbying by spammers?

The simple answer is that the half baked fools who drafted it failed to write it in Data Protection terms, but couched it in Telecommunications terms. That, to me, is a singular idiocy and worthy of firing the imbecilic mandarin who failed to understand the importance of lack of ambiguity.

And then the idiot MPs who gave it "voice" just did what they were told, which seems to be usual except where personal expenses are concerned.

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