The (Mayoral) Race Card

As regular readers of this blog will doubtless be aware, the Data Protection Act is based on the idea that all uses of personal data have to be justified. Specific conditions are set out for both ordinary data (names, addresses, financial data) while additional conditions are listed for sensitive data (political opinions and ethnicity amongst […]

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The Yellow Peril

A few months ago, I blogged about a session of the House of Common’s Culture Media and Sport Committee where the Chief Executive of Which? talked a bit of nonsense about unsolicited calls. Not to be outdone, the MP for Exeter Ben Bradshaw decided to indulge in a bit of (reported) hogwash of his own. […]

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