Data held by ISPs
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Fri Dec 19 13:16:04 GMT 2014
In article <A5423792-2D7C-43A0-8C36-BBD52C9DA885 at batten.eu.org>, Ian
Batten <igb at batten.eu.org> writes
>> I'm not an expert on this subject but I agree that the correct route would be a SAR. I would be interested in seeing the detail in the logs.
>>How identifiable would they be in native form? I guess if its anything like normal proxy logs they would only log the IP address and activity
>>(poss MAC) in which case they would need to then identify who add that IP address and at what time from DHCP logs.
>In what sense is any of that personal data which would fall under the Data Protection Act?
IP addresses (of the subscriber) are personal data.
Although it's taken a long time for this to be nailed into law (rather
than denied by the MRD brigade).
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