Buckinghamshire CC ANPR cameras
tugwilson at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 17:17:14 GMT 2012
On 9 January 2012 16:53, Roland Perry <lists at internetpolicyagency.com> wrote:
> In article
> <CAJkBBXVdM41CaWi9dDGouvkft3U9TqkQXkJN7p3Rx0pMYi9iug at mail.gmail.com>, John
> Wilson <tugwilson at gmail.com> writes
>> It seems clear that this method as a very poor way of anonymising the
>> data. If I had access to the data
> Which raises the issue of what form of data loss the anonymising process
> regards as a threat. Having scooped up all the data form a central store is
> not the same as eavesdropping the feed from one camera.
It's not beyond the bounds of possibility for these data to be
released voluntarily (as happened in Amsterdam). I wonder what would
happen if I put an FoI request in for the dataset which the Highways
Agency supplied to the University of Sheffield? They are in quite a
difficult position as that have made strenuous efforts to pretend that
it contains no personal data and is therefor not covered by the DPA.
If they've already extracted it it shouldn't fail the £600 test.
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