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Various people, including this writer, have reported Gerard Coyne’s illegal use of Labour Party data – which he admitted on air today – to the ICO with a request to investigate.
But the Labour Party also needs to investigate its own breach and make sure that appropate action is taken, so a clear message needs to be sent to the party’s General Secretary, Iain McNicol – with Jeremy Corbyn and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), so the strength of feeling among members and the desire for proper action is clearly communicated.
Labour General Secretary Iain McNicol
The email addresses for all three are below, along with a suggested template including some links to pertinent articles, but of course feel free to adapt or write your own.
Please drop a note in the comments of this article when you’ve done so, so the scale of the demand can be shown –…
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