‘Surveillance society’ warning on data sharing – Financial Times

Posted August 7th, 2007 in data protection, news by sally

“Confidential personal data – gleaned from sources as diverse as driving licences, medical records and store loyalty cards – is now often shared without people’s knowledge, the information commission will warn on Tuesday, in its latest salvo against what it calls the ‘surveillance society’.”

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Financial Times, 6th August 2007

Source: www.ft.com