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Interesting direction you take with this. So, at risk of making an arse of myself - I do this regularly, see the foot of http://timtrent.blogspot.com/2009/11/i-blog-therefore-i-am-brand.html - isn;t the law intended to catch corporations, not individuals, when personal data is misused?

Blog services are, presumably, Data Processors for the individual user, as are social networks? So where is the offence should I post a picture of, say, you, in flagrante delicious with a person of your choice? Well, apart from the age old offence of scaring the horses, of course!

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