Tuesday, 28 September 2010

UK Data Commissioner aims to fine ACS:Law half a MILLION pounds

REPORTING LIVE FROM OUTSIDE THE OFFICE OF UK DATA COMMISSIONER:  The country is waking up to the news that ACS:Law is in MASSIVE breach of the Data Protection Act (DPA) and has been targeted by UK Data Commissioner, Christopher Graham.
"I cant put ACS: Law out of business, but a company that is hit by a fine of up to half a million pounds sufferers real reputation damage."
As the news spreads throughout the country we at ACS:News urge our viewers to do all they can to help bring about the fall of ACS:News and fraudster Andrew Crossley.  Contact your ISP today and voice your concerns; ensure they make a full investigation into their dealings with Crossley and issue a public statement.
Post about this when ever and where ever you can; if you've ever pondered over the reasoning behind social networking sites such as Twitter, you now know their purpose.

Keep a constant eye on the original breaking news report here at ACS:News as coverage will be extensively updated throughout today and further links to ACS:Law's internal email database provided.

[UPDATE] UK's Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham speaks live on BBC News about the HUGE ACS:Law Data Protection leak.

MORE ON THIS AS IT HAPPENS...

3 comments:

  1. Wow, this is too much. I'm watching this on BBC News 24 as we speak!!!

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  2. Now every one that had their privacy compromised needs to bring a class action to finish them off

    £500K is nothing to someone with this lucrative a con.

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