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Fascinating article. Voluntary disclosure needs to be carefully scrutinised. Should the recipient of voluntarily disclosed data be required to assess the reason and motive for that disclosure?

Yes. The recipient (e.g. in our example is HMRC) should explain to the disclosing controller why the personal data is required.

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