Most of which I would imagine predates the internet?

I wonder if that legislation is still compatible with the need to reduce
the risk of ID theft.

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Subject: Re: [data-protection] {BBC News Item} Planning Dept Personal
Details disclosure could lead to ID theft?

I suspect there is legislation which requires publication of the
personal data in planning matters.

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