Wednesday, January 20, 2010

DVLA Information Security revisited....

This morning, the Daily Mail ran a piece on the DVLA selling data, our names and addresses, to all and sundry in the private car penalty fines sectors. It was was also picked up by Big Brother Watch.

This is not a new piece of news of course, and is something I've posted about on not one, not two, not three, but four occasions, and it's the fourth that is worth linking to again as it contains some recorded conversations with the DVLA on the subject.

Audio 1
Audio 2
Audio 3

It's worth listening to the third audio, where, the DVLA representative talks about third parties such as Fujitsu and says "oooh careful what I say here", chuckled that it is not "our money it's taxpayers" and said that it would be bad if they were "challenged by the newspapers".

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