BBC News - 'Fresh proposals' planned over cyber-monitoring
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Wed May 29 10:43:29 BST 2013
In article <20130528174818.00006dad at surtees.fenrir.org.uk>, Brian Morrison
<bdm at fenrir.org.uk> writes
>> I think in 2013 I can expect the notorious Roland Perry to be able to
>> look something up on the web.
>Only where it advances his argument ;-)
It certainly does no harm to quote extracts of a document one is referencing,
if the extract supports one's case. It also helps guard against link-rot and
paywalls, let alone (going back to my reply to Francis) avoiding making the
assumption that everyone has always-on connectivity.
Like this, for example:
In the thread "Buckinghamshire CC ANPR cameras" someone asks:
>I'd like to see some evidence that the registration plates on cars
>driving past my house are personal data. Whose? And why?
"a person may be identified directly by name or indirectly by a
telephone number, a car registration number, a social security
number, a passport number or by a combination of significant
criteria which allows him to be recognized by narrowing down the
group to which he belongs (age, occupation, place of residence,
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