In message <[log in to unmask]>, at 18:40:30 on Thu, 23 Aug
2007, Nigel Roberts <[log in to unmask]> writes
>R v. Stephane Laurent Perrin  EWCA Crim 747
Not sure if that's the case I had in mind, but it's similar enough.
>So by analogy I would suggest that it doesn't matter where a breach of
>the Data Protection Act is hosted, it's still a breach.
Yes, that's the proposition.
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