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Operation: Data Protection Shield

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Anonyunderpants, May 12, 2008.

  1. Cinnanon Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    ^^^ IAWTC.

    Regrettably, I haven't received any communication from FP as regarding the situation, but I'll phone back and ask to speak to someone personally about it, I think. If there's confusion, it needs to be cleared up.
  2. Daywatch Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    don't like this thread

    OP IS BANNED
  3. cubby Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    DAYWATCH IS NOW ON THE BANNEDWAGON
    SLEEP WELL TONIGHT FAIR CITY
  4. HouseSpiderV2 Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Can an American living in America play too? Would they be required to follow the same rules if a foreigner got in on this, such as myself? Or would the cult just fairgame me and say stfu Spider? Or should I say, Mr. Anderson? :text:
  5. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    The rules apply to everyone, the information just has to be stored in one of the EU-countries involved.
  6. Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    You can send a request, if they have information held on you in the EU. Problem is that the rules don't apply in america - once the information has left the continent, it's not under data protection.

    Also, the ICO seem to be taking their fair time responding - I'll give them a bell when I get home to see what's up.
  7. Cinnanon Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Doesn't look like we're going to get anything from FP. I phoned them again today after getting no e-mail response and while they're not expressively denying the event happening, I can't get anyone to talk to me about the incident - I was told to look at the comment posted on Wirah and they weren't willing to discuss the subject further, so I couldn't even try to ask for a statement. It was worth a try, I suppose.

    Can't wait to see what the ICO says, Anonyunderpants.
  8. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    The ICO equivalent here in Denmark has to respond within a set amount of days i believe, perhaps this goes for the UK ones as well?
  9. Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    I don't think they do have to respond within a set amount of days however I did just ring the ICO and they didn't recieve my complaint :( The lass gave me another e-mail address to send it through to get it put through on priority though. She also said that there's a backlog of complaints at the moment.

    Theta, you might want to check that they've got your complaint.
  10. Shifter Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Bah! Hope you get a quick response now.
  11. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    If nothing happens and it is a govourment agency, always baww, they might actually prioritise a bit on basis of who bawws! (sad but true)

    So good job guise, can't wait to see how scientology is going to snake out of this one :D
  12. StealthAnon Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Any response from them yet? Probably worth giving them another prod if not.

    When this is all resolved I'll be sure to buy you much caek (and probably a few celebratory pints)

    StealthAnon (stealthily delivering YFTCs to selected parts of Yorkshire).
  13. SweatyJon Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Now that I know they have my data, I'll be making a request in the next few days. Maybe if we can get a glut of complaints to the ICO it'll hurry them along a bit.
  14. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Great! If you know of others who they have collected any kind of info on, have them do the same!

    Rock on, dudes!
  15. tazor Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Just the thought of the $cilons having to pay a law firm to write dozens of letters over and over trying to stall anyone filing is a win to me. Lawyers don't come cheap anywhere! :hooray:
  16. SweatyJon Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Hodkins is an exclusively Scientologist solicitors as far as I can tell, so I'm sure they're getting a hefty discount unfortunately.
  17. Anonifus Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    It's been a while, any response yet?
  18. Theta Omega Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Damnit I knew there was something I forgot. Still no response from the CoS. I got the registered main receipt back though so I know they got my letter. I'll hit up the ICO on Monday.
  19. AnonymooseDK Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Hope it goes well :)
  20. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Good luck!
  21. Theta Omega Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    The CoS is claiming they never received my DSAR.

    Fuckers.

    I'll send another but it takes a while because I'm not in the UK right now...
  22. ScudMuffin Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Edit: If you have a number for the registered delivery use that to track it. As soon as they sign for it you know they have it.

    Don't contact them about it at all. Contact the people sending it. If they have a sig from the org that's all you need to know.
  23. Anonqwerty Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    @Theta Omega: Wait, I thought you said you DID send it by registered mail
  24. Theta Omega Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    I did. I got the ICO to ask them why they hadn't responded, and they're telling the ICO they didn't receive one. I have a signature, though, which says they did. I have told the ICO the registered mail details, and so now we wait. I'm going to send another DSAR anyway, though, because moar = better than.
  25. ScudMuffin Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    I can't wait to see what happens XD

    This is going to be footbullet central.
  26. Anonqwerty Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Meh, I would have said NOT to send another one and let the ICO get pissed at them for lying.
  27. scrumpmonkey Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Holy legal shit! this is brilliant! Bravo! *bows*
  28. hotdog57 Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    keep up the good work
  29. UnknownAuthor Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Please keep updating this thread.

    good work.
  30. g3k Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Whats the updates on this good chaps?
  31. Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Any such act for the Yanks in the states to be able to use?
  32. ScudMuffin Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Depends, if you think that SCN in the UK has your info you can use the UK law on St.Hill regardless of where in the world you are.

    Not sure about the US laws.
  33. misskittie Member

  34. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    *BUMP*

    GIEV NEWS.
  35. ScudMuffin Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    whats going in with this op?
  36. Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    /r/ updates pl0x. Surely the ICO should have gotten shit together by now?
  37. Lorelei Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Thirding requests for updates. A lot of effort went into this project, and I'm curious to see if it bore any fruit.
  38. Lacelotte Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Unsure how this project is going but i have recently filed the same request to Hodkin & company solicitors. I have mentioned that I understand what information I am to provide and that nothing further is required for him to prove my identity. If he still insists in requesting it I will ask to see a copy of his passport to prove his identity before I send mine. If that made sense lol

    It was sent in this mornings post by recorded delivery. I'll keep you updated.
  39. asagai Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    Lacelotte, You can visit a solicitor with proof of your identity and then get the solicitor to fire off a letter confirming that they have seen proof of your identity. That way you don't have to send any documentation to the scio solicitor.

    The ICO confirmed to me that a solicitor can act as your agent in any communication with the cult and in fact you don't even need to use your own address. You can use the solicitor's address.

    I would definitely advise using a solicitor who can chase them up when they drag their heels, as they surely will.
  40. Silent Member

    Re: Operation: Data Protection Shield

    I still think you have to contact the gov agency regarding this, and NOT the scifags themselves!

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