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25 million peoples personal details lost

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Originally Posted By: cantos
By Revenue and Customs and Excise.

Not a good week for Darling.


I never did trust a man with white hair and black eye-brows !!!

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.......... 'and here's one I made earlier' ????

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it does pi55 me of tho....we are a nation of freebie hunters....all these lazy fckers shagging their brains out on speed and cheap cider and the taxpayer ends up with the bill... shocked

 

I don't mind paying if I've shagged 'em but thats as far as it goes... laugh

 

a female employee of mine once asked me to make her redundant as she was pregnant but couldn't get a free council flat whilst she was working... mad

 

we are doomed I tell thee.....doomed... flame

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Originally Posted By: The Invisible Man
I think it was only a list of people in receipt of child benefit

I think this is the long and the short of it, I really don't understand what all the fuss is about

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Except the data was copied 3 times- and all three copies were lost (AFAIK) - if it is in the wrong hands it can be used to affect millions of people at any stage in the future.

 

Whilst the data itself may not be able to be used too much - it can be used in conjunction with other data.

 

 

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The Government have announced, to get round the loss of the data, and to stop false benefit claims......"All Claimants for Child Benefit, must submit DNA from both parents, and the children being claimed for, before Benefits will be handed over!

 

Going to be thousands of disappointed (NON)Fathers after this! grinarse

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Originally Posted By: Ian_W
Except the data was copied 3 times- and all three copies were lost (AFAIK) - if it is in the wrong hands it can be used to affect millions of people at any stage in the future.

Whilst the data itself may not be able to be used too much - it can be used in conjunction with other data.



serves 'em all right...they should have gone offshore in the 80's when they had the chance.... grin

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