Buckinghamshire CC ANPR cameras

Ben Liddicott ben at liddicott.com
Wed Jan 11 20:20:14 GMT 2012

There is a "Domestic Use" exemption in the DPA which doubtless covers a 
personal hobby, as well as all the recordkeeping required to pay bills, keep 
in touch with friends, enemies, manage private debts, and everything else 
which is commonly done domestically.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Roland Perry
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 5:10 PM

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<CAJ0hfot=_zg6GNjj-ipxapq4GV8Tjm_yaY3ZhPo8-aX3VNTckw at mail.gmail.com>,
"k.brown at bbk.ac.uk" <k.brown at bbk.ac.uk> writes
>As to whether its legal or justified to keep such data, there is, I
>assume, no law against anyone standing at the side of the road and
>jotting down registration numbers on a pad. Or storing them in a

Under a personal use exemption, perhaps. But otherwise it's processing
personal data and would require compliance with DPA.

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