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29/11/2012

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All very true, and a point the more enlightened have been making over recent days. However, given that the ICO, as well as the press, seem to treat s32 as an absolute exemption (in the same way the ICO treats s36 as an absolute exemption for individuals' internet publications - as far as I know the ICO is effectively ignoring the stark criticism he got in the Kordowski litigation) the only way aggrieved data subjects are likely to get DPA relief is via the courts, and only the rich can really afford that.

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