Dec 222011
 
 December 22, 2011  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

A website that enabled users to buy and sell tickets for international rugby matches must provide the Rugby Football Union (RFU) in England with the personal data of people who used the site to trade those tickets at an inflated price, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

The Court rejected claims made by Viagogo Ltd that it would have violated users’ rights to the protection of their personal data and privacy to order it to hand over the information, which included names, addresses and credit card details.

Read more on Out-Law.com.

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