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Funny story: Construction Firms Data Protection Gaff

Construction Firms Data Protection Gaff

UK construction firms have been accused of obtaining personal data about their employees. In a move condemned by trade unions firms have been able to check to see if prospective employees have any union experience. Stan Northener, union executive mem...
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Funny story: New Security Fears for Children's Database

New Security Fears for Children's Database

An outcry has broken out over security of the latest Government database, which holds the records of 11 million children in the UK. The £224-million database, which stores the name, address, date of birth, parents details, GP and name of school fo...
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Funny story: Father Christmas arrested

Father Christmas arrested

Father Christmas was arrested yesterday when it was discovered that his "Naughty and Nice" list contravened the UK Data Protection Act. "After a raid on his home," said Detective Inspector Phil Inne, "we discovered on his computer a large list of...
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Funny story: Triskaidekaphobic police round up 'killers'

Triskaidekaphobic police round up 'killers'

Police forces across Britain worked together today to round up a large number of suspects in the country's biggest ever pre-emptive strike against potential serial killers. Recent data analysis lead by the Home Office, counter-terrorist agencies a...
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Simpsons Show to Kill Off Bart Simpson

"You could say the whole Bart concept was getting old, but actually we just couldn't take Nancy Cartwright's Scamatology ravings any longer" spoke the show's producers.
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