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 October 31, 2014  Posted by  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Jon Sharman reports:

A Chessington family’s house move was scuppered when a housing company breached data protection laws by sharing information about the family with a third party.

Paragon Community Housing was judged by a government watchdog to have breached the Data Protection Act by telling a prospective house swapper of anti-social noise complaints against Edd Denim’s family.

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