UK Refuses To Release
Names Of 39 Escaped Prisoners, Citing Privacy Protection. Releasing
Victim's Names Still OK
OK to name them when imprisoned but not when they escaped
whipped out your "Freedom of Information Act" but I completely
blocked it with the power of my "Data Protection Acts!" Suck it UK citizens.
UK Ministry of Justice is
refusing to provide the names of 39 escaped prisoners from the
Hollesley Bay open prison, saying that doing so would breach UK data
protection laws, despite a request under the
Freedom of Information Act.
is the general policy of the Ministry of Justice not to disclose, to a
third party, personal information about another person."
Do you remember when we worried about being the victim of a lack of privacy?
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